Sunday, 14 December 2014

I Love Christmas

Its the season to be giving hand made Christmas cards.
Welcome to our last post for Imagine If for 2014.
 
 Once again we have a blog hop, you need to start at Imagine If
the previous blog was Tash`s

A little bit of a twist the week so please read to be in to win .
Each designer will give you a clue on there blog post.
  Once you have all the clues from each designer then you go to
 imagine if Facebook page and write I WANT IT ALL.
 If you get drawn, you have to  list all the products on the
 imagine if facebook page, if you get it right you get them all.
Easy as that

I started of with my cool candles.


The products I used above as well as a die a piece of plan cream
card stock and a piece of Kaiser craft basecoat Christmas collection
baking . liquid glue
Paint candles and decorate to your likening, whilst they are
drying you can cut your piece of card stock for the card base



Next cut you piece of patterned paper just a little
smaller than the front of your card base, and glue down.

 
I used a die to cut this, but you can make your own
buy using small beads and chipboard Holly leaves

 


Thanks for joining in the Christmas fun, my clue is
5 candle sticks .
You will find your next clue on Beth's blog HERE
Have a safe and fun filled Christmas
from us all at Imagine If

I have also entered this at southern girls

8 comments:

Brenda Morgan said...

Your candles are stunning, and love how you've done that flourish

Pawsitively Creative said...

Did you use any type of frost or snow for the background or is that paper? Awesome job!

Leigh Odell said...

Love the effect on the background of your card

Marilyn Gunn said...

Beautiful

Axel....{Carol} said...

The back ground paper is Kaiser craft basecoat, Christmas collection, called baking . I love it, i cut it so that the star was on the back ground. Thanks for asking. I have listed every thing I used on my post.

Ann said...

Yay Carol - I can now tell you how awesome your card is and the techniques you've used - as usual - you have made such a beautiful piece of work - you are one very talented lady :)

Esther said...

Wow! How effective is that glitter glue?! Love it Carol!

Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

Did you see you'd won one of our Celebrations Challenge Prizes on the Southern Girls blog? Head on over to claim your prize. Hugs, Wends x SGC DT