Monday, November 28, 2011

Friday Mashup #34

Hi all,
Had a chance to make a card for another awesome challenge at the Friday Mash Up. I think the reason that I love these challenges so much, as its helping me get a bunch of Christmas cards accomplished! Anyway the Mash up for this week is as follows:

So here is the "Mashup" Challenge :
  1. Make a project featuring "A Christmas Theme".
  2. Or Make a project using the colors "Aqua, Chocolate and White".
  3. Or "Mash it Up" and create a "Christmas themed project using the colors Aqua, Chocolate and White".
The photo inspiration was:

Love these colors! The blue really reminded me of Pool Party so I used the Spice Cake DP that focused on Pool Party and Espresso, I embossed the snowflakes from Northern Hearts (a beautiful retired hostess set) in white, layered that on a piece of Pool Party, rounded all the corners to soften the look, I dry embossed a piece of Early Espresso with the folder Petals a Plenty and finally used the White taffeta ribbon and folded it under on both sides. I finally topped it off with the Rhinestones in the center of each snowflake. I really have to say I love this color combo and this card! Enjoy your crafting!


Lisa said...

I love the use of the Spice Cake DSP for a Christmas card, and then to emboss the snowflakes on it!

Thanks so much for joining us at The Friday Mashup!

Kasey ~ in Oz said...

Hi Karin, Really interesting work, love that you embossed on the DSP but my favourite part is the ribbon.

Thanks for sharing your card in our challenge.

Kasey ~ in Oz
Friday Mashup DT

Julie Gearinger said...

I agree with Lisa and Kasey- great job with the snowflake embossing on the Spice Cake DSP- very striking! Thanks again for joining us at the Friday Mashup!

Rita said...

Great way to use that paper for a non-fall card. I never thought about it as Christmas paper, but it totally works. :) Thanks so much for joining The Friday Mashup this week.

Heidi Baks said...

Love your snowflakes arranged like a tree - beautiful! Thanks for joining us at the Friday Mashup.

Lisa said...

I like your card! And I totally agree with you about the challenges being a great way to create a bunch of cards for whatever you need (for me it's usually birhtday and thank you cards).