Thursday 6 December 2018


My card today is all about the Glitter and Sparkle.  I was inspired by a challenge by my friend and  SU Demo Angie McKenzie on her Facebook Group Nature's Inkspirations and this was one of the four images I chose as my inspiration.

Image may contain: tree, snow, sky, outdoor and nature

I've used silver glitter paper for the background.  The trees are cut with Stampin Up's framelits which match Winter Woods.  They have been cut twice and layered and some glitter added.  The snowbank was made with a retired embossing folder by SU.  The sentiment is from Kaisercraft Wonderland papers.

The photo doesn't really show how fabulously shiny this card is in real life.

I'm also adding this into the following challenges:

Global Design Project - T'is The Season
Make My Monday - Traditional Colours
Inkspirational - Anything Christmas
The Paper Players - It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas



sandie said...

This really has everything-texture, layering, glitter, a lovely winter scene-a wonderful Xmas card. Thanks for joining Ink

Viv said...

Lovely Christmas card!

Jan Clothier said...

Oh yes, Fiona! Magical! Love that glittery background for those sculptural looking trees. You've even added in the snow. Thanks for joining in with us at The Paper Players.

Mia said...

Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Make My Monday. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
Mia {My Blog}

stampwithsandy said...

Fiona, this is just gorgeous. I love all the texture and sparkle. Thanks so much for sharing with us at The Paper Players!

Jane Allmark Crafting With Jane said...

Wow this is gorgeous. I absolutely love the white trees and snow with the embossing folder. Winter Woods is definitely a firm favourite x

Shauna said...

How lovely! I love the silver and white winter scene! Thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational!
- Shauna

Tracy Bish said...

Gorgeous sparkly card, I love silver Christmas cards!

Andrea said...

Love this card so much. Sparkle and texture what more can you ask for?