Bright and White

https://modsquadchallenge.com/white-and-bright/ & PP520 – A Theme Challenge from Joanne

This card fits 2 challenges so I’m entering it into the Paper Players and the Modsquad this week. The Modsquad in particular wanted white embossing and only one other colour so I chose Plum Punch from GKD as my base. The Paper Players require anything festive. Stamps used are from a Hero Arts set and I added a few embellishments to the tree with pearls and a couple of other gems above it. Even when I use an anti static bag, I still somehow get bits of powder in places I don’t want but overall I’m happy with this card.

16 thoughts on “Bright and White

  1. And happy you should be. This is a wonderful holiday scene. I like the idea of pearls on the tree. That cute puppy with the Santa hat looks kind of mischievous to me.

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  2. I get those extra bits, too. Doesn’t matter how much I anti-static my piece first. I try and get some off before I emboss, but have found a sand eraser works to get rid of it after it’s embossed, though not in tight spaces.
    I love the plum punch with the white embossing. That is such a pretty color and a great one for Christmas.

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  3. Oh my gosh! I LOVE this card. It has four of my favorite things: Rhinestones, Pearls, Dogs and Cats! I am so glad you shared it with The Paper Players this week!

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  4. Love your festive pooch and kitty Johanna – and your pearl baubles on the Christmas tree. Thanks for playing along with my theme challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

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  5. Sometimes simple is better and in this case, the scene you created is perfect with the white embossing on plum! Such a sweet card, thanks so much for joining The Paper Players this week!

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