Thursday, 15 December 2016

One layer Christmas

Afternoon all, just a quick post today.
I thought I'd finished my Christmas cards but I realised last week that I better get a few more OLC made for overseas postage. I've already shared one of those here, but I thought I would share another as it matches the challenge over at the Paper Players. I should have posted on Monday but spent most of the day writing cards to post locally and I forgot.


I recently acquired a MISTI which has made multiple card making so much easier. I don't go in for mass single design making but it is useful for half a dozen stamped cards that can be coloured in different ways, perhaps I will share some more later. Some of these cards are inked over the embossing but for this one the layout is the same but I used gold and silver EP instead of just white and left it clear of ink. I even shaded the sentiment using both gold and silver embossing for some more interest.

I'd like to join in over at -


7 comments:

  1. Hi Julie this is a stunning card and so good for overseas posting. I don't have a Misti it sounds like it might be a good idea. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  2. It's just like mine and just as beautiful !! Thank you xx

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  3. Elegant and beautiful! Thanks for sharing with the Paper Players this week.

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  4. A gorgeous holiday one-layer card! Love the embossed snowflakes and their perfect placement...Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  5. Love the detail of the snowflakes and the two-tone embossing on the sentiment which really ties it in to the overall design. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

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  6. And let me tell you, it adds a TON of interest! Thank you for sending me one of these beautiful designs, Jules! I can't wait to try this idea myself!! Happy Holiday Hugs, Darnell

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