Good morning Followers, Friends and Visitors,
Well it is that time again, the beginning of yet another month, which means it's time for my inspiration piece for the Imagination Craft's Challenge Blog. The theme is 'anything goes.' If you would like to join us in this challenge and you own some Imagination Craft's products, why not join us. We love to see your makes. You could be in with a chance of winning a £40 voucher to spend in the Imagination Craft's shop. A great prize. Please note that only projects using Imagination Craft's products are eligible for the £40 voucher, although non Imagination Craft's makes, can get top three spots, plus there is a lovely badge for your blog.
Enough chit chat, let's get down to some card making lol!
Make a base card using white card stock. Matt a slightly smaller piece of red card onto the white, leaving a narrow border of white showing.. Next take a slightly smaller piece of black card and put through an embossing machine, along with the baubles embossable stencil and emboss. Matt this onto the red card.
Lay the ' baubles on a branch' stencil onto some white card and spread the sparkle mediums over the design. Large baubles green, the medium ones red and the small ones, gold. Remove stencil and leave image to dry. This will need to be repeated until you have four of each bauble.
Cut out the baubles, bend the gold and red baubles slightly, then 3D them, one green, one red and one gold, using silicone glue. Cut some very narrow strips of red card and glue to the centre of the black card, criss-crossing them. Glue the large green baubles flat, one at each corner of the criss-cross, covering over the ends. Using silicone glue, to add dimension to the card, add the red baubles and then the gold.
Well that's it finished folks, hope you like it. Something a little different. Another way of using the 'baubles on a branch' stencil. Thinking outside the box so to speak.
This post will be the last for the Imagination Craft's Challenge Blog, as I have a few commitments, which means I cannot devote the time necessary to the Challenge Blog. I would just like to say that I have enjoyed working with Linda and the other DT Ladies and I hope we will all keep in touch. Should things change in the future and Linda would have me back, I would be delighted to re-join the team once again.
I will of course still be designing cards etc., for Sue and Harvey of Imagination Craft's, as I have done for well over 10 years now and of course, my own blog.
Take good care of yourselves until we meet again in a few days.Remember you can check out my Teamies inspiration pieces by going to the Imagination Craft's Challenge Blog.
Love and Rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.