Friday, October 19, 2012

With Love at Christmas


Can you believe October is winding down already?  Seriously, where has this year gone?  I started my Christmas shopping today!  Yay!  I've been playing with Liquid Applique again!  I love this stuff, if you haven't already realized that!  I still have no idea why I never tried this before this month!

For this card, I focused on using just red and white for my card.  There are touches of light green peeking through the 'snow' though.  I   used copics to color in the image.  Then I added the Liquid applique and then some Stickles.  Last but not least, I added some clear rhinestones!  A little bit of lace completes the card.

 And here is another snowy Christmas Tree Card!

 I sponged several colors of blue using a torn piece of paper as a mask to create a snowy hillside.  I stamped the tree in Memento Gray and colored in the ribbon garland with a copic marker.  I did the Liquid Applique again along with some pretty Martha Stewart white glitter.  And then I added tons of pearls in three different sizes!  The little wooden star button is sponged in blue with a tiny bow on it.  The scene is framed with a Spellbinders Eyelet Square and popped up on the card base.

Both cards feature the O Christmas Tree set from Our Daily Bread designs!

These two cards are for the Christmas Card Challenge at Splitcoast!
Thank so much for stopping by today!  I enjoy your visits and comments!
My Siggy


  1. Sandee
    WOW!!!! I love the blue card with the Christmas tree. I love the Liquid Applique on the tree with all the pearls. It is beautiful! Very nicely done. TFS~

  2. These cards featuring this gorgeous tree image are just amazing. I can't say which one I like the best because they are both just awesome. I love the all white because it reminds me of being a child in Southern California and of course we went to a tree lot. My Mom loved to get the trees flocked. That was as close as she was getting to snow! Just love your talent and your love for the Savior.


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