Ornament Card

I made a second card for the Paper Players colour challenge so I could use up both the positive and negative scraps from the previous card. Having received a very pretty handmade card, which has a removable ornament on the front, I used the idea with my scraps.

PP471 A Color Challenge

Using the negative blue piece I paper pieced the positive bits into it and backed it with some shimmery vellum. I die cut this out using an old nesting set for which I stupidly didn’t keep the name, but suspect it is from Spellbinders. I punched a small hole at the top and added a loop of silver string tied into a bow. The loop is attached to the card back but is easily removed by recipient for later tree hanging. On the kraft cs I dry embossed some lines and added silver washi tape and left over striped piece. It has quite a bit of sparkle but once again camera doesn’t pick that up. I like the ornament shape as it is a bit different than is usual.

10 thoughts on “Ornament Card

  1. How cool that you used the negative piece for your background….a great idea for your ornament! LOVE the silver washi tape, and I bet the whole thing really sparkles IRL! Thanks for playing with my colors again this week at the Paper Players!

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    1. Glad you like it Leanne. I simply couldn’t let the bits go to waste so when the idea popped into my head I was really happy.

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  2. This is so clever! I love the embossed lines and the sparkle. It’s so nice that the recipient will have a beautiful ornament to use year after year. Thank you for sharing with The Paper Players this week. Happy holidays!

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  3. Your light blue and kraft are really a great combination. The scored lines really add to the card and so glad you were able to use the negative piece to create this beautiful card.

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  4. Thanks Gayle. I had such fun making this one and still had some leftover bits on my desk so I have just about finished another one. Similar in concept but a very different ornament and colours. Will post when it is finished.

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