Sunday, July 26, 2020

Glimmer Trees and a Goodbye

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog, I'm glad you're here!
I have some news to share with you today. This will be my last post for The Rabbit Hole Designs design team. I have had the pleasure of watching this company grow since the beginning and I wish them continued success in the future!

For my last post on The Rabbit Hole Designs blog I have a Christmas card using the brand new Slice of Christmas stencil and the previously released Love You More - Christmas Frost stamp set and Candy Twist stencil.

I just love the whimsical trees in the stencil and I thought that they should be the main focus on my card. For the background I wanted a soft and pretty pattern so I took some Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Ink and the brand new Cotton Tail Blending Brushes and applied the ink over the Candy Twist stencil. I used a very light hand to give the background a soft patterned look.  The next step was to place the Slice of Christmas stencil over the background and apply some Nuvo Glacier Paste in Golden Era over the middle tree and Sea Sprite glacier paste over the two outside trees. I just love the elegant and shimmery look it gave to the trees.

For the sentiment I made a smaller piece of the stenciled background and heat embossed the sentiment from the Love You More - Christmas Frost stamp set in gold. I placed the sentiment panel and the background panel on to some pretty patterned paper to make them stand out. The scalloped panel on the card base was cut using the largest Stitched Scalloped Rectangle die from Kat Scrappiness.  

I wanted a little extra sparkle on my card so I added in some pretty sequins from the Cinderella Collection from Unity Stamps.

Thanks for joining me today for my last Rabbit Hole post!

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🎄 Lisa  🎄 

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