Sunday, 25 November 2012

Repeat Impressions Challenge.

I have been having so much fun with the challenges over at The House That Stamps Built and this latest one was right up my alley. I love making non traditional Christmas cards maybe because it is the height of summer here in Australia and I like cool colours or in this case I love the colour mauve.
This is the link to follow to see what gorgeous cards talented the design team made and also check out the entries.

Products I used for this card
  • Mauve card base topped with a lighter coloured mauve paper which I scored. 
  • The irredescent cream card stock was embossed with a Christmas Holiday Cuttlebug Folder. 
  • The poinsettia is from Spellbinders in an irredescent mauve. 
  • Added MS fern and Marianne die flourish. 
  • Spellbinders Label stamped with Gina K stamp.
  • Cream backing on lace.
  • Rhinestones positioned around the flower and sentiment.
  • Lightly sprayed with silver mist to add a little bit more sparkle.
Thanks for looking and would so appreciate it if you leave a comment for me. 


Cheryl Wright said...

Beautiful card, Ina. Absolutely stunning!

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Gorgeous card Ina ! Love the, colors, poinsettia and the embossing in the background.

Winter just arrived this weekend. It was above normal this week and then yesterday, boom very cold and light snow... brrr and here you are in the heat of summer ! Cheers, Shirleyx

Cole Meyer said...

Gorgeous!!!!!!!!!! said...

Oh Ina...your card absolutely took my breath away. It is stunningly gorgeous! Are you actually sending that to someone because if you are, I would love to see their face when they open that!
Beautiful job!

redwasher1 said...

Absolutely stunning!! Love the colors!!Thanks for joining us at The House That Stamps Built.

Lisa Minckler said...

Oh my word...that purple flower has me On THE FLOOR!! That is gorgeous Ina. I love this card so much. :) The textures and daintiness are perfect together. A truly beautiful holiday card.
hugs to you,
Lisa xx

Shari M said...

beautiful Ina. Love it.