Anyone who’s ever been to my home knows I love copper.
My kitchen and pantry splashback, as well as my island bench all feature panels of pressed tin in a deep copper colour. I intended to paint these splashbacks with silver paint once they were installed (the copper colour is actually a byproduct of the priming process in the factory) but 5 years on since we finished our renovation I still can’t bring myself to cover the copper in silver.
So what better place to photograph my copper Christmas card for this week’s AWH Heart of Christmas blog hop than on my kitchen bench in front of my splashback!
Because the copper elements on this card are so rich I deliberately kept the rest of the elements quite neutral, using Very Vanilla Cardstock, and a sheet of a gorgeous new Crumb Cake coloured designer series paper from the holiday catalogue called All Is Bright DSP. Here’s a sneak peek of this DSP.
The other copper elements in this card include the copper star (part of the Snowflakes and Stars Wire Elements) and the copper washi tape (part of the Suite Season Washi Tape) both from the upcoming holiday catalogue. If you’d like me to post you your very own copy of the brand new holiday catalogue or the 2018-2019 annual catalogue contact me.
Products used from the annual catalogue include copper foil, copper metallic thread, copper embossing powder, copper trim, stitched framelits, and the Mistletoe Season Photopolymer Stamp Set.
This copper trim frays beautifully…and was just the perfect size to thread through the loop of the copper star.
I can’t wait to see what the rest of the team have made. To hop along our blog hop visit the gorgeous Clare Daly’s page here as she will be hosting the AWH Heart of Christmas blog hop each week.
Thanks for hopping along with the AWH today. To purchase any of the products I used in this project from the annual catalogue you can shop with me here.
You can order the new products from the holiday catalogue from September 5, or if you join as a demonstrator you can order them now…contact me if you’d like to find out more.