Sunday, November 26, 2017

Spirelli Christmas

I haven't used spirelli for a while, so I trotted it out for this card. The green piece with the ornament was actually a leftover snippet. I had stamped/embossed the ornament two times, and when I centered the other for the diecut, there wasn't  enough left to center this one, too. So, I filled the space with some white twine and the spirelli technique.  The sentiment is stamped and matted on snippets as well.

Enteriing this card in these challenges:
Winter Wonderland --Red and Green
ABC Christmas -- X marks the spot
Rudolph Days -- November
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge #361 -- anything Christmas
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra -- anything Christmas
Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge -- use patterned paper
Pixie's Snippet Playground -- use snippets
Word Art Wednesday#310 -- Anything Goes
Kraftin Kimmie #409 -- Christmas
The Paper Shelter #319 -- A Christmas Card

Another tag



Here's another tag inspired by the 25 Days of Christmas Tags at Tracey McNeely's blog.  This particular one was inspired by Lindsey Larsen's bold graphic HO Ho HO tag on Day 14.  (Lindsey is with the Concord & Ninth DT)




9 comments:

  1. Very unusual card Sandy - Spirelli takes me back a few years! And your end result is absolutely lovely.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  2. Hi Sandy,
    what a very wonderful card and tag.
    Such a super design also.
    Thanks for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  3. Simply stunning and thanks for joining us at November Rudolph Days Challenge, Luv Sam x

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  4. So pretty, thanks for entering this month's Rudolph Day challenge

    Kathyk - GUEST Design Team Member - Scraps of Life

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  5. So pretty,unusual design thanks for sharing your card with us here at winter wonderland,Lyn DT.

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  6. Awesome string art and also a great layout for your very festive Christmas card. I love it in the traditional colors too.

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  7. That string art technique is fabulous here. I totally balances the Xmas bauble image and looks fab.
    My grandaughter and grandson are making snowflake string art for everyone for Xmas. Their Dad cut wood bases and they are busy "stringing".
    Thanks for taking part in the November Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  8. A very pretty Christmas card. Thanks for joining in the Paper Shelter Challenge this time. We hope to see you again soon.


    Hugs, Julie P
    The Paper Shelter DT

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  9. What a fun and pretty card, Sandy, and I love the tag, too! I'm really impressed with the spirelli technique!! Hugs, Darnell

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