26 November 2012

Pastel Christmas

After really adventure weekend (fire in neighbourhood and strong wind with one tree hit our car park) I am here, perfectly OK and excited to share my latest card for The Ribbon Reel Challenge Blog 

This time with Lenet's inspirational photo :

 for fabulous Pastel Christmas
 to create a card / project using the colours

Here is my card :

 I have chosen light blue colours with hint of peach and pink.

I've dusted my X-cut paper crimper and created structures background for the christmas tree embellishment.

 My Christmas tree is made from Prima paper flower. It doesn't need to be only green. Choose some pastel non traditional colour. Take paper flower and cut in to same size triangle pieces, paint one edge (you can do all around if you want) with glitter glue for bling leave it to dry, then stack petal triangles to create your Christmas tree. Add some gems or buttons for decoration.

Ribbon bow tied ala flower :0) with beautiful button center. All from fantastic 
Ribbon Reel online shop. 

Have a fantastic Monday!


Used Material :

White + Peach cardstock, Melissa Frances Blessings + Green Agryle, Waltzing Mouse Vintage Labels 18, penny Black Christmas flourish, All the ribbons + trims + twine + button from The Ribbon Reel, X cut paper crimper, Spellbinder Nestabilities, Kuretake pen, Blue Prima flower, Glitter glue, Gems, Foam mounting pads, Versa Color Black + Olive, Versa Magic Sea breeze, Thread

1 comment:

  1. I love that beautiful tree with the glittery edges - so clever and smart to make it from a flower!