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Merry and Bright Ornaments

Happy Friday, Bleeps! I'm back with a rather unusual holiday color palette! I was inspired by those Christmas trees or wrapping papers with bright colors. I had to rearrange the color inspiration image to fit the color swatches together. The only one I'm missing is white, but it's in the text so that counts too! I appreciate your feedback and comments! If you have more, please ask and I'll respond in the comments section, unless you provide your e-mail!

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  1. Trim yellow cardstock to create an A2 card base.
  2. On kraft cardstock stamp ornament backgrounds.
  3. On purple and teal cardstock stamp ornaments, cut out, then pop off kraft cardstock (overlaying background ornament image).
  4. Add glossy accents to create a shine effect. Let dry.
  5. Stamp leaves to create a 'tree' effect.
  6. Stamp sentiment.
  7. Corner round right edges.
  8. Adhere kraft block to card base with foam adhesive.

Stamps :: Verve Stamps :: ornamental christmas
Ink :: Stampin' Up! - white; Clear Snaps - chestnut; Papertrey Ink - ripe avocado
Paper :: Stampin' Up! - taken with teal, crushed curry; Cut Cardstock.com - purple; Papertrey Ink - kraft
Tools :: Ranger - glossy accents; We R Memory Keepers - corner chomper


Rae said...

Wow! You've been busy. I don't know how on earth you made these colors work so seamlessly, but you did it. They all tie in together, and this card looks great! TFS your skills!

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Heather P. said...

This is gorgeous! I LOVE the non-traditional colors, they're fabulous together!

Kathy Martin said...

Oh la la! What a pretty card! Love the raised ornaments! :) Kathy

Winter said...

WOW! The colors really look great together! Very pretty! :)

Stamping Cafe said...

Totally stunning, Ashley! Love it!!

Anonymous said...

Wholy crap! Amazing my friend!

Tiff said...

How in the world did you keep your cardstock from curling up after you applied the glossy accents? This card is a beauty-so striking!

Maile Belles said...

Another fabulous card using another one of your fabulous holiday color combos!

Karen said...

What fun colors! And amazingly, you've made them play together in the sandbox so well....absolutely no fighting! Also really like how the ornaments 'hang' & the flourishes escaping from underneath them! :>

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