Sunday 12 November 2017

Reindeer Baubles

Hi! Here are a couple of cards I made using Distress Oxides for the background. I am so addicted to oxides now, I think I need to buy some more colours! I have 14 so far, which seems a lot, but urggg... I just want them all!

The first card has a liberal spray of Glimmer Mist on the background, but I left the second one as it was. I layered the bauble die cut over the background, adding a bit or torn card under the reindeer's feet, for a snowy bank. I used 3D squares to fix the bauble to the card, and added a bow to the top. The bows took me ages! I am so rubbish at tying bows, damn faffy things. I might have to get one of those bow maker things.

Anyway, here are the cards:

I'm entering this one in the following challenges:

Pink Gem: 'Buttons and/or Ribbon'
Dragonfly Dreams: 'Winter'
Crafty Creations: 'Anything Goes'
Less Is More:

I'm entering this one in the following challenges:

HLS Die Cuts:
Addicted to CAS:

Reindeer Bauble Die
Distress Oxide Inks: Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain, Faded Jeans, Broken China, Wilted Violet
Glimmer Mist: Iridescent Gold


Izzy Scrap said...

WOW ! Your baubles are very eye-catching with this beautiful contrast of the white die cuts over those gorgeous backgrounds ! Really beautiful colours for both of them ! A fabulous take on our challenge . Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More !

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Fabulous and striking Christmas card and love the way you've taken our firework challenge to combine with Christmas. So elegant and pretty. Thanks for playing at Less is More this week!

Bobby said...

Your Oxide backgrounds are wonderfully colorful. Thanks for sharing your card with us at Addicted to CAS.

Unknown said...

Delightful. lovely colours and the card is perfect for the ADTCAS brief. Thanks for joining us at ADTCAS this week.

Skye said...

Beautiful baubles. The colours are gorgeous and work so well against the white

Julie B said...

Must admit I couldn't decide which DOs to buy so put it off for awhile, I have bought some now though! Your backgrounds are so pretty and the white die cut bauble looks so striking against them.
Thanks for sharing with us at HLS Anything Goes with dies. :)

Christina said...

Don't buy a bowmaker, use a fork:

(not me, it's just a nice clear tutorial)