Welcome to week twenty-one of the Heart Of Christmas Blog Hop!
Oh my goodness, I love it when different products are designed to coordinate together!
Did you know that two of the stamps in the Christmas To Remember Stamp Set fit perfectly into the Stylish Shapes Dies, which in turn, fit into the centre of the circles and squares on this design in the Lights Aglow DSP?
I made four cards from this one sheet of DSP, deliberately keeping my colour scheme very monochromatic by only using Cherry Cobbler and gold.
In the photo above, Cherry Cobbler looks very pink, but in the photo below, it looks more like a rich red. Either way, this is a stunning colour.
Can you see the gorgeous shimmer of the Lights Aglow DSP? These two cards use another pattern from the Lights Aglow DSP – the small gold foiled star pattern for the background layer.
These next two cards use the foiled festive garland design from the Lights Aglow DSP as their background. I love the classic colours and elegance of this DSP!
Now it’s time to hop on over to our next participant, the lovely Sharon Davern. I can’t wait to see what Sharon has made this week.
If at any time you find a broken link, you can find the complete list of all participants on Sharon‘s blog.
Welcome to week ten of the Heart Of Christmas Blog Hop!
How dark is too dark when it comes to Christmas cards? I’ve gone super dark this week – I actually intended to make a white and blue card so I’m not quite sure how I ended up with a card this dark!
My mum kindly lent me the Grassy Grove bundle last week and I’ve had so much fun playing with it, combining it with the gorgeous Lights Aglow DSP and gold foil for this elegant Christmas card.
The deer are die cut in gold foil to pick up the gorgeous gold starry night in the Lights Aglow DSP.
I’ve used the “Magic is in the Air” sentiment from the Christmas to Remember stamp set because this forest scene looks quite magical to me with the gold stars glimmering in the dark night sky.
Inside the card I’ve used left over Lights Aglow DSP to decorate the insert. Normally I would use white, however white felt too stark against the black as there is no white on the front of the card, so I used Smoky Slate cardstock instead as there is some dark grey in the Lights Aglow DSP.
Now it’s time to hop on over to our next participant, the lovely Andrea Sargent – I can’t wait to see what Andrea has created today!
If at any time you find a broken link, you can find the complete list of all participants on Sharon’s blog.
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