I loved the Blackberry Bliss and Gold combo I used for a recent class so much that I reused it for one of my convention swaps – I can see this combo coming back again and again – it’s just so lush.
And as I was using the die cut Noel on my other card, I took a couple of extra seconds to carefully place the die on a measured panel of Brushed Gold so that I could use the die cut word on one card and the negative space on this one 🙂
A panel of Blackberry Bliss was punched along the bottom with the Confetti Stars and adhered to a Very Vanilla base. After die cutting the Noel in the Wonderful Wreath framelits from Brushed Gold the negative was run through the Big Shot in the Lucky Stars embossing folder. This was popped up on the card front with dimensionals and the centres of the “0”, “e” and “l” were popped up in place on slivers of dimensionals. A Tree was punched from Gold Glimmer Paper, adhered direct to the starry panel at the top of the tree and supported with dimensionals on the lower half. After stamping a tree from Festival of Trees in Versamark ink onto Blackberry Bliss card, it was heat embossed with Gold EP, punched out with the Tree and popped up over the Gold Tree with dimensionals. An Itty Bitty Accents star was punched from both Gold Glimmer paper and Blackberry Bliss card and these were adhered direct to the top of the opposite Tree.
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Enjoy your extra hour today!