I spent yesterday afternoon using Deco Transfer Gel and stencils and making a lot of patterns which I dried overnight and then this afternoon added the foil to them. For this particular card I used a stencil from the Tim Holtz Collection 19 and added Deco Amber Watercolor foil to the design by heat setting it with my laminator.
The card stock colors I went with were Gina K. Designs Kraft and Ivory. I simply added this design to the ivory base but before I did that I added two different types of ribbons along the side. Both are from unknown sources but I sure am tickled with the way they looked. I had issues trying to keep the ribbon in place so I added a brown pearl to each and that way they were anchored a bit better.
I am adding this card as an entry for the Double D's Blog Challenge in which we are to use texture and neutral colors. The colors I picked are neutral and also this is a design that would work for any winter holiday as I did not add a sentiment.
Well, the past few days I have been without a hubby in the house. He went fishing for several days so I decided to try and get a bit ahead on the Christmas designs. I have a lot of things all foiled now and ready to work with. So it was a fun activity for me.
I hope all of you are having a great weekend. And thanks so much for visiting and for your lovely comments.
Saturday, August 5, 2017
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I wish i had more stencils because I have transfer gel and lots of foil! Your Card is beautiful!
Beautiful,love the foiling.xxx
I love this Verna. The design is beautiful and the foiling is stunning. Great take on the challenge, glad you could play along with us over at Double D. I always look forward to your beautiful creations!!!
Oh Verna your design is so rich and beautiful! Love the foiling ... beautiful! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Neutrals & Texture’ challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.
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What a beautiful card, Verna. I love the colours and the designs. Kisses, my friend.
Gorgeous creation Verna! Sure looks like you are having fun creating!
How beautiful, Verna! Very unique design, with wonderful, textured, festive elements! xx
Wow! Verna Another beautiful foil card. You really are the Queen of foiling. Love it!
Well that's just fabulous! I love all of your pretty foiling, such fantastic images! That snowflake die accent is just FUN! I love how you added the pearls to it too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Double D Blog, Neutrals And Texture Challenge, Donna, DT Member.
WOW, Verna. i love how you are always doing something new and exciting. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Double D Challenge Blog. We hope to see more of your designs in future challenges.
You are making one stunning Christmas card after the other and you are NOT playing at MCV?!!! You really should! Its fun and right now you could even win some cool stuff!!!!http://musechristmasvisions.blogspot.com/2017/08/mcv83.html
You should blog about your pickles (and maybe share the recipe - I am thinking of doing some, too and I could use a good one....)
So creative Verna...and very stunning!Love all your Christmas cards!
love this gorgeous card mf...it just shines!!
Tim Holtz would be so proud of you using those colors. I think that they give it a lot of a 1st class look for the holidays, too. It truly is gorgeous and the amber foil looks so beautiful against the ivory card stock. The ribbon and snowflakes really make it a true holiday card.
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