Hello ~ Happy December 1st! Double "D" Challenge is starting a new challenge and the theme is Christmas Joy.
I used Spellbinders Shapeabilities Joy die, cutting it out of gold mirror cardstock and adding the warm Christmas plaid from Tim Holtz Christmas inside the letters.
Here's what you could win when you play along:
Thanks for stopping by!
I LOVE this Birgit!! Great idea to use the plaid inside the letters, I have had this die on 'my' want list and now want it even more seeing your beautiful card!!ReplyDelete
What a cool JOY die and it looks perfect in the gold and red plaid Birgit!! Loving all the little flowers and greenery surrounding your focal point too! Lovely, lovely card my friend!! Hugs. :0)ReplyDelete
That is a great name for this design paper. That is just what I felt as soon as I saw your card. A warm Christmas card and love the gold on here too. I think it has a Scandinavian look, love that.ReplyDelete
Ooooh such pretty plaid and bold gold for your JOY die! Love that! The added berries for accent look great! Fabulous creation! Merry Merry!ReplyDelete
BEAUTIFUL! Using the plaid was an awesome idea ... kind of reminds me of some of those old vintage cards from years gone by! BEAUTIFULLY done my friend! HUGSReplyDelete
Love the plaid! This has a cozy traditional feel to it!ReplyDelete
Oh that is so pretty, I have almost bought this die a couple of times, love the plaid insideReplyDelete
I love this card, and the thanks for the inspiration on another way to use this die. Great design.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, Birgit! TH Christmas plaids are beautiful and look fantastic for this sentiment. The additional flowers, berries and stickles are perfect accents. I love the gold and plaid together.ReplyDelete
Lovely card and beautifully designed. Have a lovely weekend xxReplyDelete
I love what you have done with that die. I almost snagged it because of your card, but I resisted. This is just a stunner!!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is the most beautiful Christmas card I’ve seen in a very long time. It’s AMAZING!ReplyDelete