the current jingle belles prompt, which i’m playing along with at the last minute once again, is embossing – dry and/or heat. this was one of the fastest cards i’ve ever made – i dry embossed and added a gold peel off sticker that looks copper in the photo.
i’m also playing along with rudolph day, hosted by scrappymo, since i missed last month; there just aren’t enough hours in the day. thanks for popping by.
12 thoughts on “Christmas Ornaments”
Wow, what a gorgeous EF this is, Linda. I’ve not seen this one before. It makes a huge statement all by itself. I think it’s absolutely beyond remarkable. Love the gold peel-off sticker. Just wonderful
This is such a beautiful embossing folder! I think I may have it too but have never tried it…will have to pull mine out after this beautiful inspiration.
Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days challenge
Neat distressed effect!
This is simply beautiful. The sanded look to this embossing – especially with this pretty soft denim color, is just wonderful. Good job! TFS
Gorgeous creation,love it.
You made a fast card fantastic … so gorgeous … so glad you joined our Mission EMBOSSible at Jingle Belles.
oh holy WOW, now that you say how it was made i can see which e/f you meant, but certainly no “civilian” would ever guess that such a GORGEOUS holiday card did not take hours of painstaking work!!! (& again i say WOW!) thanks for sharing our “EMBOSS-ible dream” at JINGLE BELLES! :)
Beautifully made card . . . love how the embossed ornaments pop from the background. xxx
Loving the antique look to your card.
I have that folder!
I love that it does all the work!
Very effective, love the antique look of the paper. I wish we had more time too xxx
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