Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Christmas Magic

Hi friends,

I love making Christmas cards. The main reason is the whole spirit of the holidays and other reason is so many supplies are available and blogs are flooded with inspirations. So, I got into the mood and made mine.

 For this card, I created the background with distress inks and stamped those trees with black soot distress ink so that it will bleed a little and will give that little softer look. The die is cityscape die by Memory box. I distressed the edges of die cuts with distress inks & apply little bit of glitter mixed with glue with the help of brush. I stacked the die cuts and adhere on the back of the window panel. Sentiment is from papertrey ink. I added two stripes at the bottom to tie the whole look & foam mounted the panel on base card.



close up ...:)



Shakers cards are so in and i love this polaroid frame die by MFT to make shaker part. I cut three frames and stacked them to give depth for sequins to move around. I stamped and gold embossed the top most frame to mimic candy cane stripes. Poinsettia is coloured with distress inks.   


For this card, I used SSS Kate Snowflake. I covered them with 2 layers for silver, gold & white (with glitter) embossing powder. Background is made with Tim Holtz stencil, Distress inks & PTI stamps.


I am playing along with Virginia's view challenge #10.



Have a great time creating your Christmas Magic. Have fun.



10 comments:

  1. All the cards are just fabulous, Neha. I loved the touch of glitter on the first and gold on the other two . :)

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  2. Gorgeous cards! I am swooning over the first one! This is such a stunning scene you created with the cityscapes and the trees! Love it!

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  3. Wonderful cards ! First one is my favorite...

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  4. So beautiful!!! Loved the first one!!!!

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  5. great cards...love how you did the bkg in the city die cut card....since I have been snowflake obsessed this year, your snowflake card is just wonderful!

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  6. Fabulous creations, ur city scene is just mind blowing, love the depth n dimension !

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  7. Wow these are all fabulous, but I especially love your first one!!! So beautiful and the layers are perfect!

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  8. WOW your first card is mindblowing-- so many gorgeous gorgeous elements!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    My latest post: How I repaired my Big Shot

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  9. Gorgeous cards, loved the little scene you created with the first one esp. :) Viv xx

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  10. LOVE all of your creations, Neha! The depth and rich colors are amazing on your 1st card! There are just so much to admire...So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “All Things Distressed” Challenge!

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