Merry Christmas to you – Print Candee

Posted by on November 22, 2011 in Print Candee | 7 comments

Hi everyone,

This month at Print Candee the Creative Team are whipping up some fun projects with the theme of Holidays. I thought I would try a non-traditional coloured Christmas card.

I used the swirl tree image from Christmas Design Elements Clipart (Pink Pueblo) and the background paper is from the Jump Digital paper pack (Digital Potpourri). I layered the digital images up in Adobe Illustrator, but it could be done just as easily in Word. I generated my own sentiment. To finish, I added some pearls, ribbon and paper pierced a border with a swoosh of ink around the edge. Too easy!

 

Supplies:

Digital Images/Stamps: Christmas Design Elements Clipart (Pink Pueblo), Jump Digital paper pack (Digital Potpourri),
Ink: Canon colour printer, Distress ink – Broken China
Card: White card stock, Regal Craft Card – white extured
Other Supplies: Kaisercraft pearls ā€“ snow, pearl, pewter, pink,Ā  Tim Holtz ruler, paper piercer, Kaisercraft grosgrain ribbon – pink

Thanks for dropping by. Digital images are fun to play with – why not give them a go? Check out all the goodies that Print Candee has to offer.

Until next time,

Marion


7 Comments

  1. Gorgeous! Love that swirly tree and those pretty pearls. šŸ™‚

  2. Beautiful card Marion! I love the non-traditional colours and the pearls too.

    {{hugs}}
    Jocelyn

  3. Super,super pretty Marion!

  4. Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog Marion! Your card is so beautiful. The pearls are perfect for that spectacular swirly tree!!!

  5. That tree is so elegant and love the non-traditional colours.

  6. So so lovely Marion! Love those non-traditional colours and the pearls add the perfect touch!
    (Isn’t this a fantastic digital stamp set.. I was going to use it myself, luckily I changed my mind at the last minute)

  7. Ooh la la!! loooooove this one, so so pretty and girly! šŸ™‚

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