I am here to share a card for Scrappy Mo's March Rudolph Days. I am actually getting this one in a day or two before the deadline. (Only because, unlike the month of February, March actually has a civilized number of days!! lol...) So you have time to still whip a card up, also, and join in the fun.
For this card, I used one of my molten double embossed backgrounds that I had on hand and added a sentiment strip to go with it. I included some brads to go with the metallic theme....but then couldn't stop myself from adding adhesive gems to the snowflake background, too. So much for continuity...but that's okay. I really like how it turned out.
Supplies used include:
Darice - Snowflakes and Flourishes embossing folder
Copper and Silver embossing powders from stash
Winnie & Walter - Essentials: Katharine Cutaways die set
Thrift store sentiment stamp
Quick Quotes - Copper Brads
Want 2 Scrap - Adhesive Rhinestones
Scrap of black cardstock
Hope you enjoyed my card. I appreciate you stopping by today. Are you all staying well during this lockdown time? Are you tackling any big projects? I did a little bit of straightening up in my craft room and feel more inspired to craft....now that I can (almost) walk around in here! lol..... Everyone stay healthy and safe!!
Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenges:
1. Scrappy Mo's March Rudolph Days
2. ABC Christmas Challenge - E is for embossing
3. Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge #483 - AG Christmas
4. CARDZ-TV Challenge #111 - AG
5. Word Art Wednesday Weeks #432-433 - AG
6. DL.ART March Linky Party - AG
7. Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - AG
8. STAMPlorations Theme and Photo Prompt Challenge - Stamps + Nature
Absolutely stunning! I have that embossing folder but I've never made it look as amazing as that.ReplyDelete
What Jane Willis said above! LOL Love that molten look of sparkle and shine - just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Just looks stunning, Janis! Love the cartoon too. Hope you are keeping well, Jo xReplyDelete
oh what a very luxurious looking card.
I love the gorgeous embossing it's so pretty and the colour is fabulous.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT
Gorgeous! Those molten backgrounds are wonderful. Great idea.ReplyDelete
Love the non traditional colours used here and your pretty design, of course!
Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days Challenge.
Gorgeous card and love the cartoon. We are well and I have been organizing my craft room and working on cards for our church card ministry.ReplyDelete
A very luxurious card with a striking sentiment on the diagonal! Thank you so much for playing along with the Rudolph Days Challenge!ReplyDelete
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Love that background. Your kitty joke made me smile too!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing with Crafty Hazelnut's Weekly Christmas Challenge!
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Lovely embossing! Thanks for playing with us at STAMPlorations Theme & Photo Prompt challenge!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card . Hope you are keeping safe and well.......LisReplyDelete
so very beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! I specially love the funny Rudolph card ❤️ Do spot on these days 👏👏ReplyDelete
I like how this turned out too. Love all the metallic. Love the piccy in the post below of all the kitty’s on the stairs. Hope you are safe and well. Hugs Mrs A.ReplyDelete
Wow Janis, this embossing folder has a whole new look when you add the glorious metallic embossing powders. The simple diagonal sentiment strip is just perfect, allowing the background to take center stage. I really need to start experimenting with your molten embossing technique. I'm trying to remember if you first lay down the copper embossing powder, heat it up..and then add the silver? Well, I should just give it a try and see what happens. Hopefully, nothing will catch fire!ReplyDelete