The Less is More Challenge this fortnight is: metallics.
For my card I diecut the circle Winter Wonderland from Cut-ies from a card panel.
Traced the circle onto the cardbase and aplied Distress Oxides: Tumbled Glass, Faded Jeans and Chipped Sapphire.
I left it as is, no splattering as I thought it would be too busy, too much noise and the Deer wouldn't stand out.
The diecut I have smeared with Versamark and heat embossed with Papermania Superfine silver powder, three layers, would have stopped at tow, but I left a thumbprint...urgh.
Applied tape runner on the cardpanel and adhered it to the cardbase.
Stamped the sentiment with Versafine Clair ink, it's and older one from Your Next stamp (Holiday reindeer, but it works fine ;-)
Applied mini dots of liquid glue on the back of my wonderland and put it back in the circle.
For more information on the Less is More Challenge, see this.
Mooi weer Maaike. Goed weekend, groetjes AnkieReplyDelete
I love your card! The ombre blues go well with the silver die.ReplyDelete
Wonderful take on the challenge! I love the silver embossed die cut scene. Looks fantasting on that awesome inked background. Thanks as always for joining us at Less Is More!ReplyDelete
Super make and perfect for the LIM "Metallics" challenge, well done on being first past the post tooReplyDelete
thanks, I looked at 9 or 8am Uk time and saw the challenge, but the link up wasn't open yet, so I used that hour to make my card hehe. not sure why there was a gap, I think winter time kicked in somewhereDelete
I love your card. The background is fab and the triple embossed die cut is lovely XReplyDelete
Beautiful winter wonderland scene ! I love the silver embossing together with the DOx background, it emphasis the cold of the winter. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More.ReplyDelete
Maaike your metallics really make your festive woodland scene shine - so thick and glossy! Beautiful blending of your inked sky too. Perfectly LIM!ReplyDelete