Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Holiday Inspiration #278

The Hand Stamped Sentiments Design Team has an inspiration challenge timed perfect for the Christmas holiday season.  I have pulled out one of my favorites for this challenge--In the City.
A while back I was in search of ideas to spark my creative juices.  I decided to search 70s Christmas greeting cards.  That search fit the bill for giving me some thoughts on what to create.  Then when I saw our inspiration challenge for this month at Hand Stamped Sentiments I knew I needed to finish that card idea that was spinning in my mind.
First, I cut a 4 1/4" x 8 1/2" Basic Grey card base to make a square card.  Next, I cut the night sky piece from the Card Front Builders Thinlits.  For the white specks I used an Aqua Painter and Whisper White Ink to splatter all over the card base.  Then the fun was creating my little winter scene.
I finished the card with Rhinestones and red and white twine (retired, but I luckily still have a little in my stash from last year).
Thank you for stopping by.  If you are in need of paper crafting supples just click on the hostess code below.  Happy Christmas crafting', Elizabeth
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8 comments:

  1. This is such a great card! Love all the dimension you gave it!

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  2. A total WOW card! I love everything about it!

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  3. That card is absolutely fabulous!

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  4. I really like your card... Its great!! The little house scene looks so real. TFS

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  5. Beautiful card. I love the different look and feel. TFS for sharing on the demo group.
    Zoe UK demo. xx

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  6. Elizabeth - I LOVE this card! I think I'll have to try my hand at it as well. TFS!

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  7. Elizabeth I found your card/blog via Pinterest and I'm sooo glad I did! Absolutely LOVE this card! You are so very clever and I will peek in often to see what you are up too ... thanks for sharing with the cyber world!

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