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Looking at this beautiful flower I wanted to create something bold and eye-catching, luxe if you will. Of course, gold is always the first choice when you’re thinking about luxurious design. In particular, I love how much drama navy and gold create together. This combo was the base for my card. As far as the colors of the flowers go, I opted for pink flowers with blue flower centers, stems, and leaves.
I came today to share another Christmas card. Or I should rather say – another GREEN Christmas card. I told you that I’m on a green kick this season 🙂 This card required minimum supplies – one layered floral die set and a mini sentiment stamp set.
I think I made more green cards this year than any other year before. This color really inspires me these days. Also, when it comes to holiday cards it’s no brainier that green fits perfectly. The card I’m sharing today is a holiday monochromatic green one with touches of silver.
The new Altenew Craft Your Life Project Kit features very beautiful and realistic floral designs. I used it to make an elegant floral thank you card.
Today I want to share a holiday card which is made is not at all a traditional color solution. It rather belongs to that pool of my cards that look minimalistic and sleek (and as those you would see in the corporate world if you will).
I love Space and Galaxy theme a lot, but I wasn’t making such cards for some time. Until recently when I I was making project for the latest Altenew release. It made me want to make more Galaxy things, which I did using the new Craft-A-Flower Die Set.
I was in the Galaxy mood when was making cards for the new Altenew release. Sharing two takes on the space team with Galaxy dessert and eucalyptus birthday cards.
I like adding realistic touches to my cards, especially winter holiday ones. Today I want to share such card using Papertrey Ink products and Tim Holtz Distress Holiday Texture Set.