Friday, November 10, 2017

Noel - Winnie & Walter



This must have been when the delinquency started.  :)

Hi, Friends......

I am back with one last entry into Winnie & Walter - October Color Combo Challenge.



I am way behind on my Christmas cards and so I decided to try one with these non-traditional colors.  It's different, but I like it. I love the gleam of the foiled cardstock and the sparkle of the glittered salmon cardstock.  The button die-cuts are fun, too! 


Supplies used include:
Winnie & Walter - Essentials: Audrey Cutaways die set (has scalloped edges and the buttons)
Winnie & Walter - Essentials: Katharine Cutaways die set (straight edged panel)
Winnie & Walter - In a Word: Noel Cutaway die
Winnie & Walter - In Bloom: Maggie's Roses Cutaways die set
DCWV glittered and patterned cardstock
Distress Ink in Wild Honey and Walnut Stain
Various Sequins (peachy ones are Neat & Tangled)
Embroidery floss

That's all for now.  Hope you are have a lovely weekend!!!  Thank you for stopping by and saying hello. 

<3
Janis

Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenges:
1. Winnie & Walter - October Color Combo Challenge

2. Cardz-TV Anything Goes Challenge #21
3. Word Art Wednesday Weeks #308-309 - Anything Goes Family Friendly
4. Card Mania Challenge #98 - Anything Goes
5. Crafty Hazelnuts Patterned Paper November Challenge - Use patterned paper
6. DL.ART November Linky Challenge

7. Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge #358 - Anything Goes Christmas opt food/drink
8. Get Creative Challenges #64 - Holidays
9. Crop Stop November Linky Party #34 - Anything Goes + use product from company that CS sells (I used Distress Ink and WeRMemory Keepers Quick-Stik for placing my sequins) 

5 comments:

Barb said...

I really like the texture on this card Janis Barbxx

Margaret said...

Yes I can see the glittery effects you have on this card and what better for Christmas but a bit of glitter. Thanks for sharing with CHN patterned paper challenge.
Hugs
Margaret M DT

Esther Asbury said...

I love it when crafters "think outside the box" with their seasonal card! Love the background on your lovely Christmas card! So happy you linked this up to Cropstop! It's always a pleasure to visit your blog and view your beautiful cards!

Fikreta said...

Wonderful card!
Have a great day
Hugs

Karenladd said...

I admit to being very stumped with that color combo myself but how fun to use it on a non-traditional Christmas card! The glitter and bold sentiment makes it perfect for the festivities!