Saturday, 4 March 2017

A Star for Happy Little Stampers

Another month flown by and it's already time for a new Happy Little Stampers' Christmas challenge!


I love stars on Christmas cards so definitely wanted to use the optional twist for my Design Team card.


I started with a spritz of homemade gold spray on my white cs, keeping it mostly in the top left corner.  I die cut a gold star and placed it over the sprayed area.  The sentiment is stamped in gold and the panel bordered in gold, then popped up on fun foam.

Come and join us at Happy Little Stampers' Christmas challenge for a chance at a prize:


You have until the end of March to enter.

I'm looking forward to seeing lots of cards using the optional twist of stars so that I can be inspired by you as well!

I'm also entering my card in this week's Merry Monday challenge "Shimmer and Sparkle".







Supplies:
Stamps - Impression Obsession "star of wonder"
Ink - Delicata Golden Glitz
Paper - white and gold cs
Size - A2
Accessories - Memory Box star of wonder die, homemade gold spray, gun foam



16 comments:

  1. I love the star die cut you've used -great shape! Your CAS layout is perfect. I'm very glad to be your new teammate at HLS Christmas!

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  2. Very impressive design. I love the rich golden color in combination with white. Extremely elegant combination.
    BożenA xoxo

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  3. Beautiful card, I love all the gold. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

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  4. This is wonderful with you CAS design and all of the lucious gold. Love it. Stephanie, DT

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  5. Homemade gold spray? Would love the recipe, it looks amazing and creates a wonderful backgroud to showcase your focal star and sentiment quote.

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    1. You asked how I made the homemade gold spray. I simply took some liquid watercolour paint and mixed it with some water in a spray bottle. I used this paint:

      http://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-liquid-watercolors/

      Very simple and very cost effective!

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  6. Your Christmas card is so Gorgeous with your Gold accents and your Beautiful Gold Star and sentiment. I love how you framed your main image too. TFS, Susan. Hugs...

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  7. It is beautiful! It's a great star and sentiment! How did you make your homemade gold spray?

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    1. How I made the homemade gold spray - I simply took some liquid watercolour paint and mixed it with some water in a spray bottle. I used this paint:

      http://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-liquid-watercolors/

      Very simple and very cost effective!

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  8. You get another gold star for this card, Susan!

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  9. Gorgeous! Love your homemade gold mist! Thanks for playing along with us at Merry Monday.

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  10. The little spritz of gold in the upper left is just perfect. Love the sentiment too. Lots of great shimmer and shine with this card! xx

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  11. the gold spray looks awesome, the perfect amount of shimmer

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  12. This is so elegant Susan and your gold spray is amazing - much better than the purpose made one I bought! Perhaps you should go into business lol?
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  13. The little hint of gold spray on the top corner is such a subtle effect , yet awesome! Thank you for inspiration! Also thank you for stopping by my blog.

    Best Regards,
    Neha Parab
    Happy Little Stampers DT
    Completely Handmade... {My Blog}

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  14. Susan, this is so beautiful...lovin' all that gold goodness! Hope you're having a wonderful week!

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