That’s time for November CAS challenge over Happy Little Stampers blogÂ -Â everything about gold.
Here is my Gold Christmas Card.
For my background I stamped HLS Mixed Christmas sentiments . Then I embossed with Ranger Liquid Platinum embossing powder. This powder has amazing gold shade (not really platinum, as the name says). I haven’t seen more beautiful gold embossing powder. MaybeÂ Ranger Enchant Gold embossing powder?! But that one is totally different – bright, sunny and delicate. After my background was done, I cut stripe of gold to add to the card base and finished my Gold Christmas with simple white tag and die-cut trees. As card was too gold, I decided to calm it with hemp cord and few HA Lia Griffith snowflakes in soft Memento Toffee Crunch ink.
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13 thoughts on “Gold Christmas”
Too gold? Is there such a thing? LOL. I love how you created the background–fabulous! Are your trees balsa wood?
Hi Toni! The trees are just gold paper from Michael’s (Recollections or Bazzill)
Your design is spectacular, Valentyna!!! LOve that platinum, but the toffee crunch needs to come live with me!!!
Gorgeous! I love all the gold and those little tress are so cute! xx
What a fabulous creation Valentyna! Loving those trees! Hazel xx
Beautiful mix of gold elements Valentyna. Very elegant and yet fun too. 🙂 xx
You have done an excellent job of lining up all those sentiments in the background! I’m in awe! And your tag is so pretty with the mix of gold and hemp! Great idea!
Your sentiments in the background……….. WOW! Just like Bonnie, I’m in awe too. Amazing card, my friend xx
Such a creative design, Valentyna! I love how you stamped the sentiment background and added the tag.
Love your gorgeous card and all the gold looks amazing xx
This is a stunning card Valentyna, you’ve used those sentiments brilliantly!
Beautiful texture and dimension, oh so pretty!
Sorry I’m so late visiting!
I love this gold creation, the sentiments look great as a background and those trees look awesome xx