Friday, September 5, 2014

Wonderful Christmas

Hello, I'm here to share the second card I made this week for Heartfelt Creations, hope you enjoy...
Products Used:
Festive Christmas Paper Collection
Arianna Blooms PreCut Set
Holly Berry PreCut Set
Arianna Blooms DieYuletide Sentiments PreCut Set
Sun Kissed Fleur Die
Grand Calibur
Art Institute Glue - Dries Clear
Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
Paper Blossoms Tool Kit
Other products: Versa Mark, White embossing powder, Red Stickles, Yellow Stickles, Green Glitter, Red Glitter.
Instructions: Prepare your card base 6" x 6". Trim one of the card fronts from the paper collection 1/4" smaller and adhere to card. Stamp the sentiment. Add glitter around the edges of the card and set aside to dry. Stamp the leaves and flowers. Cut out, shape and adhere to the card. Add glitter to the center of the flowers, berries and vines to finish the card.
Thanks for dropping by, catch up with ya later!!!!


aussie aNNie said...

Hi Olga, just doing my nightly commenting and this is one super BEAUTIFUL card, love this Christmas is just stunning.xxThe Journey is the Start

Becky said...

What a beauty! I love your flowers and the design is gorgeous.

*Vicki* said...

So so beautiful Olga!! Love the floral elements in the corner with the sentiment to the right! you are really rocking these Christmas cards! :) Hugs - *Vicki*
My Blog: Stamp Smiles

Carla S. said...

Really gorgeous, Olga!

Patricia said...

Love, love, love it.
That Poinsettia and foliage are stunning. Great colours and design.
Have a great weekend

Patricia xx

MiamiKel said...

Absolutely beautiful, Olga! said...

Another gorgeous card girl! I love your poinsettia!

Marie-Louise said...

Beautiful card Olga. Fantastic flowers.

Rosemary said...

another beautiful Christmas card... the flowers are amazing!

Becky said...

Hi Olga, girl this card is another stunner!! Love the Poinsettia.

Sandy said...

So simple, so beautiful and so elegant. I love your Christmas vacation card.
Sandy xx

Sue W said...

Gorgeous Christmas card Olga!