stamp set - Santa's Sleigh; ink - Cherry Cobbler, Smoky Slate, Versamark; Stampin' emboss powder - Silver; card stock - Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White thick; designer series paper - Be Merry; other - Window Sheet, Silver 1/8" ribbon, metallic sequins; Big Shot with Layering Circles framelits
Last week, I glued a card front on a white base and didn't like it. I carefully removed it and put it on a colored base, and saved the white base - glue line and all - for another card. White bases look particularly nice when you're using metallics, and I had pinned this card of Daniela's which I ♥love♥, so I made my own version:
stamp set - Cookie Cutter Christmas; ink- Versamark; Stampin' emboss powder - copper; card stock - Copper Foil, Vellum, Whisper White (regular and thick); Big Shot with Softly Falling embossing folder, Card Front Builder thinlits, and Layering Circles framelitsI think it fits well at The Male Room for their Vellum challenge, also.
Very nice card & clever reuse! Thanks for playing along at The Male Room Challenge Blog!
Look at you rockin' the do-over-rescue ... and the metal sequins make an absolutely fabulous shaker design ... so glad you shared your marvelous metal creation with us at jingle belles.
Really pretty cards! Love how you used the vellum. Thank you for joining us at The Male Room - Charlotte/Lady Joyful, DT
two gorgeous and AMAZING CASE-ed cards... each with an awesome Kathe twist! so pleased you could join our "heavy metal" holiday fun at JINGLE BELLES ♥♥♥
Gorgeous use of Vellum!! Thank you for sharing your cards with us at The Male Room.
Great save on the white card, both lovely. Thank you for joining us at TMR.
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