Seriously, does it come easier than that? I didn't think so. Off I went and made a card...something with a contemporary vintage look: vintage-y papers, contemporary colours, traditional elements. Very clever, I thought; that is until I realised I made a mistake. Quite a glaring one at that. Can you spot it? I'll tell you at the end of the post! Here's the card:
|The papers are by Kaiser Kraft - "Christmas Traditions Collection" 6x6 pad.|
|The tag is also from the Collection and it says "All I want for Christmas". I stamped "Joy" from WMS Nutcracker Sweet set in Memento Elderberry. The focal bauble is from Chocolate Baroque's Pears and Baubles. I heat embossed it in gold and added some purple blong...err, I mean, bling!|
|To finish, some cream cotton lace and sheer lavender ribbon. I also added some Icicle Stickles on the tag...for extra festive shine.|
|This sentiment is from WMS Say It Loud Winter, stamped in Memento Elderberry.|
I'm taking my Bauble to the following challenges: Deconstructed Sketch #105 - sketch; 52 CCT June Theme -Christmas Ornaments; C.R.A.F.T. Challenge #211 "Christmas"; Crafty Ribbons Challenge #48 "Anything Goes With Ribbon"; Chocolate Coffee & Cards #41 "Bingo: Ribbon-Glitter-Tag"; Holly Jolly Christmas Challenge "Christmas Ornaments"; Christmas Cards All Year 'Round - June "Vintage Christmas"; Winter Wonderland "Spots and Stripes"; Christmas Stampin' All Year Long #20 "Merry Christmas - Ribbon, Heat Embossing, Rhinestones" and Crafty Hazel Nut's Christmas Challenge Extra - June "Anything Goes Christmas".
Have you spotted my mistake? I'll tell ya. Kerry's challenge: Baubles. I did mine in singular.... Apparently as I age, my "s" drops..... (!)
All that's left to do now is to thank you for visiting and I wish you a blessed Sunday!