Sunday, 4 May 2014

52 CCT - Christmas Sketch

As promised I'm back with my Christmas DT card for 52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown. Ruth is our hostess this month and as always we are kicking off with a sketch


I am still managing to keep to my theme for this year's Christmas cards on the 52 challenge - let's hope I don't start running out of ideas yet!
Here's my card


This is very simple to do - a few strips of washi tape, a stamped label and a few gold sequins - check out the Christmas link in my labels to see the others I have made like this.

Materials - Stampin' Up
Stamps: Hello Lovely, Petite Pairs
Ink: Real Red, Pear Pizzazz
Card Stock: Gold Foil, Very Vanilla, Naturals White, Real Red
Accessories: Gold Washi Tape, Decorative Label Punch, Gold Sequins, Dimentionals
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I can't wait to visit your blogs to see what you make of this challenge - don't forget to visit the members of the DT too.

7 comments:

  1. très sobre mais si élégant Jacqueline, biz

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  2. A beautiful, simple and so elegant card
    Rosie x

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  3. Another fab card to add to your themed collection Jacqueline! That was a great idea and all great cards so far!
    Hope you have a good rest of the week and get to enjoy some Bank Holiday sunshine! Ruth x

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  4. So elegant. I love the gold, red and white! Gorgeous work.

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  5. Another one for the set! Beautiful

    Louise xx

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  6. So elegant and perfectly CAS, Dee. LOVE the sequins.
    xxx Asha

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  7. I'm impressed at how well you've been pulling off keeping all the sketch cards to the same theme. What a super idea that was! I like the hint of shine here with the gold foil mat.

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