Saturday, 14 June 2014

52{C}CT - Colours

Louise has a lovely colour combination for us this week at 52{C}CT - take a look

Unfortunately I missed the bit that said use a metallic of your choice {!} but I did put a lot of glitter on which is very shiny - does that count do you think??????

Colours used: Always Artichoke, Pear Pizzazz and Real Red along with the very un-Christmassy Serene Silhouettes

Serene Silhouettes Clear-Mount Stamp Set

Serene Silhouettes Clear-Mount Stamp Set127324
All-season four-piece set gives you stamping options all year long. So many lovely silhouettes to choose from! Coordinates with the 1-3/4" Circle Punch.
Set Quantity: 4

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  1. magnifique création Jacqueline, très sobre et élégante, magnifique idée d'utilisation des couleurs, biz

  2. Stunning card, Jacqueline! That tree is surprisingly Christmassy. I missed the bit about something metallic too... Have a great weekend!
    hugs, Asha

  3. Wow!! This is so, so beautiful. I love the way you've built up the tree branches, the lovely shading and the touch of red - simply fabulous!!

  4. What a wonderful card Jacqueline, great use of a non Christmas stamp! Love all that sparkle too! have a great week! Ruth x

  5. A very pretty, peaceful-looking Christmas card Jacqueline. I love using non-Christmas to make Christmas, and you've done a great job here. Beautiful result and very artistic, love it! Hugs, Gill x

  6. This has a real mystical feeling to it and I agree with Gill, love making the non-Christmas Christmassy. Thank you for making such a beautiful card for the challenge and I will forgive you for the metallic oversight, just 'cos it's sooooo glittery!
    Louise xx

  7. Oh wow is this ever gorgeous Jacqueline! I think the glitter on top of the artichoke almost looks like a pewter in the photo. Very elegant! Hugs D

  8. This card is just gorgeous. What a beautiful frosty winter scene just right for Christmas. After all these years Christmas never seems the same in the summer, not that I could stand an English winter. With our one or two frosts winter here in Tassie is cold enough for me.
    Margaret M