This recipe challenge requirements were: star, die cut, red, ribbon and a Christmas sentiment. On my Cherry Cobbler card base I layered the first pattern of DSP. I chose a second pattern in green to adhere onto a smaller panel of Cherry Cobbler, added the ribbon and adhered it to the card base at a jaunty angle. I stamped the sentiment on Whisper White CS and die cut it with the 3rd Star die. I chose a red design from the DSP and die cut it with the same die. With the 4th star die I cut Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green stars. I layered the stars, alternating the colors and popped them onto my card with dimensionals. I finished it up by adding enamel star shapes in Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green and tying a knot onto my ribbon.
Date: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 GMT Views: 563
Registered: February 23, 2012 Location: West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada Posts: 220
Wed, Jul 17, 2019 @ 9:46 PM
Eunice, this is awesome! I love how you've layered stars of coordinating colours, patterns and textures. It almost creates an optical illusion! The narrow borders on your paper panels has allowed you to mix patterns with great success! Love this!
Registered: September 30, 2015 Location: Hawkes Bay, New Zealand Posts: 82
Wed, Jul 17, 2019 @ 10:35 PM
WOW! I love that your star looks a folded quilt fabric star. Such a lot of depth packed into a small space! The background stamping, green on green, is awesome. Thanks for playing along with us at As You See It again, Eunice.
Eunice, I looked for the comment spot the other day, guess I did not scroll down far enough.
I love your card so much. I want to CAS it. I would have definitely chosen you as the Top Pick on the As You See It Challenge. I was thinking that the other day when I first saw your card. I thought to myself here is the winner.
There is so much depth and dimension to your card. I think I may make it my Christmas cards. I read your instructions. Did you use a certain star die?