Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Masked Bauble





Jennifer's card on the Hero Arts blog yesterday inspired me to have a go at masking, using a Spellbinders die to cut the mask and Hero Arts Magicl Background for the swirls.  I inked through the mask with Evergreen Bough, using masking again for a strip of Evergreen Bough down the left hand side and to create the 'string' for the bauble.  I cut a portion off the right hand side of the card and used scraps of Aspen Frost papers on the inside of the card.  I then placed a strip of double sided tape down the side of the card and sprinkled it with glitter.  Some pearls and a bow, another card done!

I'd like to enter this into:

Hero Arts November Contest - Bring on the Bling
Heart 2 Heart - Glitter it Up
Card Mania - Pearls and Swirls

Thanks for visiting! Ger x

Supplies:
Spellbinders 2010 Heirloom Ornaments die
Hero Arts Magical Background stamp
Evergreen Bough Distress Ink
Aspen Frost papers
Hunkydory Diamond Sparkles
Sentiment: Blonde Moments
pearls, ribbon

11 comments:

  1. Really beautiful Christmas Card! Thank you for playing along at Card Mania!

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  2. Absolutely beautiful Ger love the bauble

    jacqui x

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  3. beautifully done Ger, Lovely colour

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  4. What a wonderful creation ! Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challendges!

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  5. such a beautiful and elegant card. Vee xx

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  6. Simply Stunning card very well thoughtout beautiful colours ..Thank you for playing along at Card Mania Challenges!

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  7. How beatiful! That ornament is amazing and I really like the sentiment. Very nice!

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  8. What a lovely Christmas creation ! Thank you for joining us at Card Mania Challenge !
    Hugs,Mila

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  9. Thank you for playing along with Heart 2 Heart Challenges however, as our rules state, your artwork must contain products from Close To My Heart. I'm sorry but your link will be removed.

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  10. A very beautiful card, love the delicate blue with the white.
    Janet

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