Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Sweet Stamps Challenge #74 Christmas Parchement

Today is our seventy-fourth challenge on the Sweet Stamps Challenge blog.
This week the challenge is CHRISTMAS PARCHMENT!!!
Create a  Christmas Project using VELLUM!!  Have Fun!!
Lace Tree is stamped with Distress Clear Embossing Ink on Vellum then embossed with Glitter Powder. The garland part of the tree was embossed using Soft Grip Stylus Tools   and Etching/Embossing Mat.   Lace Tree is detailed cut and using Vellum Adhesive Spray placed it on the red layer.  The red layer is Curious Metals Paper and  embossed with Cheery Lynn's  XL Embossing Plate HollyI also used Cheery Lynn's Pine Branches and Lace Corner Deco B.  Stickles Christmas Red was used to accent the card.  The DP is Kaiser's December 25th, soon to be in the Sweet Stamps Store.  The finished size of the card is 6.25" x 4.50".  

Be sure to visit Sweet Stamps blog and see what the rest of the team has created for you.   And please join in on the fun!!
*   Bonnie  (you are here)*  Dawn B  *  Dawn L  *
Jacqueline  *  Jacki  *  Jenn  *  Joni  *
Kendra  *  Linda  *  Nazeema "Calypso"  *
Shelly  Tamara   *


Stacey Richardson, SweetStamps.com said...

Beautiful card Bonnie! I love the glitter from the tinsel EP and stickles.

McCrafty's Cards said...

Gorgeous card Bonnie, I like the Tree the colours the papers and the corners.
Kevin xx

Shelly Schmidt said...

I love the garland etched- and the glimmer. Just beautiful!!!

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful card, I just love this stamp! Love all the glitter and stickles you used!! So festive!

Linda said...

Wow Bonnie a delightful christmas card!!!! Love what you did with the tree!!!!!! Beautiful work!!!!!

jonim52 said...

Bonnie, this is lovely, I love the way you colored the lace tree.

Jacqueline L. Challiss Hill said...

Just beautiful. Love the design and that image.

Sandy Fredrick said...

Love how you made the corners and leaves from the same paper as the background. The green tinsel EB really highlights the Lace Tree. Very pretty.