Love my new Uniko Rustic Wreath stamp set & at least I made one card before loosing the tiny dots stamp! Anyway, the wreath was silver embossed & the dots were stamped in Ultimate Metallic Blue & clear embossed.
I added some silver splatters & attached it to a silver embossed circle. The sentiment from the same set was stamped in Versafine Clair Morning Mist, die cut with a circle & mounted with foam tape.
Love the pine needles embossing folder which made the perfect background, I think. I'm entering Uniko Challenge 57
& Rudolph Days
Time Out Challenges
has a fun theme--be inspired by something in your wardrobe. I always got compliments when I wore this skirt with my red heels.
The Penny Black stamp called blissful is an old favorite which I white embossed on black cardstock. I trimmed it down & mounted it to a black A2 panel.
The MFT sentiment was white embossed on a black scrap & layered with a bit of red. I'm also entering SSS Wednesday
& The Snippets Playground
Last is another entry for the Pinkfresh January Challenge
. This time I used the April theme of frames & shakers
using my new PFS Circle Frame with Botanicals that was part of the wonderful giveaway I won from Ivana
I used 2 more of the PFS Delicate Blooms die cuts still on my table. These were colored with DI tattered rose, tumbled glass & cracked pistachio. I attached the blooms between 2 layers of the frame die cuts & stamped the sentiment from PFS Delicate Wreath in Versafine Clair Morning Mist. I used a sparkle pen on the blooms & the circle frame.
The beautiful printed papers are from the PFS Felicity pad & I finished it off with gray splatters & clear sequins. Looks kind of springy, but I'll probably send it as a Valentine.
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three lovlies, Greta - the b & w is stunning and love the soft colors in the last one - if i did a card from my wardrobe it would be pretty boring - stripes, black or navy.ReplyDelete
Such a pretty trio, Greta ... in order ... shimmeringly festive ... bold and dramatic (and so stylish!) ... delicate and dainty! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
That silver wreath is so beautiful and those dots are sure tiny! Wish I could see you modeling that skirt with your red heels. It will be pretty to wear on Valentine's day for dinner with hubby as you give him that matching Valentine. The sweet blooms look so pretty in that circle frame.ReplyDelete
The pop of blue on your beautiful wreath card looks fabulous and the card is delicate and stunning x.Wow to card number two and how very striking. I bet your skirt looked fabulous with the red high heels ? The last card is absolutely beautiful and what a stunning die cut frame and flowers. All three cards have the wow factor and I love them all Greta x.ReplyDelete
oh I don't think my comment went through from earlier...but it was somewhere along the lines of...I love that skirt and bet I would love the red shoes too! I thought you had embossed on white card but wow to doing it the other way around-looks amazing. And then to add the layered strips-perfect for a touch of colour. Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog and for joining Time Out xReplyDelete
A gorgeous Christmas card, Greta! Love all the silver and the pretty wreath! Oh, such a pretty skirt! Yes, it would pair up perfectly with red heels! And, your card with the pretty flowers in black and white is perfect! Your last card is lovely, too...so sweet and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Your always make the prettiest CAS cards! I love the wreath image (sorry you lost that tiny stamp!) I hate it when I do that! :) And then that gorgeous black & white floral design with a hint of pink is fabulous! The delicate design on your last card is so elegant! Your cards always inspire me! :)ReplyDelete
I so hate loosing stamps especially onto the floor and then you can't see them. Hope yours turn up. love the way you have created this wreath card. I have just bought a copuple of wreath stamps so i guess i should actually get down to using them on a card or two!! hugs Mrs A.ReplyDelete
All the cards are so beautiful and well designed. My favorite is the silver wreath however and I feel so bad you lost the little dots. But perhaps you can make dots with a fine line marker that will still make the same look.ReplyDelete
Oh, I love this wreath, what a pretty card! Your black and white card oozes elegance and the final card is just darling. Love them all Greta. Hope you find those tiny dots!ReplyDelete
Fabulous grouping of cards, Greta. I get so frustrated when I lose a stamp and lately I seem to be having an epidemic of lost stamps...whole sets..bits and pieces. I especially love that wreath, and the soft colors in your die cuts. YOur wardrobe inspiration is lovely.ReplyDelete
The wreath looks amazing in those cool chilly colours. Thanks for playing at Uniko, hope to see you join in with future challenges too.ReplyDelete
Amazing cards Greta. I really love the silver embossing on your first one. Isn't it frustrating when you lose little stamps. Hopefully you might find it when you least expect it.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful and beautiful set of cards, you are in a super creative mood I can see. Love them all for different reason, but have to go to your wardrobe inspirational card, love the B&W.ReplyDelete
Three beautiful cards Greta, I love the silver and white of the Christmas card.ReplyDelete
My goodness...you have been busy making some very lovely cards.ReplyDelete
The Rudolph Days entry is so pretty. It has a lovely, delicate look. The silver pops against the white background and really suits this card!
Thanks for taking part in the January Rudolph Days Challenge.
What lovely cards you have to share today! Especially love the delicate florals on the last card! Thanks so much for joining the Pinkfresh Studio January Challenge!ReplyDelete
Wow! Each one is such a stunner! I just love your style and how you effortlessly switch between colors + designs, and each one comes out amazing!ReplyDelete
OOOH, such an elegant christmas card, Greta! I love the silver and white and the embossed background is perfect. I once lost a tiny I.O. Sentiment die so now i put even the tiniest supplies in large envelopes. :) Thank you so much for playing along with the Rudolph Days challenge.ReplyDelete
Rudoolph Days challenge DT
Three fab cards Greta, hope you can keep those tiny berry stamps safe! The subtle textured background to your wreath works well too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at Uniko. :)
Wonderful card Greta - especially your snippets one, I love it. And your skirt is fab - can just imagine it worn with red heels! I hope your little dots stamps turns up. It happens to me quite often and eventually things do reappear. Fingers crossed! PS, I hope you're not paying massive postage to the USA for Uniko stuff - Bev is very fair but I could always forward it on from me if the difference is worthwhile.ReplyDelete
A trio of amazing cards! Love the background for your wardrobe inspired card. Stunning!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for playing with us at Time Out!
So much to look at - I'm off to make a cuppa so I can browse at my leisure! Ah! that's better. Slurp! What a gorgeous group of cards Greta. I like the way you explain what you've used. The Wreath care with silver and pops of blue is so elegant. I love the drama of the black and white inspired by your skirt and the pretty delicate look of the Hello friend card. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Oh such elegance here today my friend... I love the silver embossed wreath, the black and white is definitely a blissful card and then the sparkly flowers in soft pretty colours... All beautiful!ReplyDelete
Stunning cards! Thank you for playing along with the Uniko challenge xxReplyDelete