First sprayed the card stock with a frost spray that I thought would be sort of silvery...uh-oh...it was sort of a frosted blue. Well, ok, I can work with that :-); so while it's still wet, sprinkled Rose Red & white brusho crystals over and let the magic happen.
- MBox Pine Trio Background die cut out the pink. A Darice Snowflake EF was treated with Versamark, and then embossed the pink piece. Sprinkled Ranger Silver Pearl EP over and this created a lovely silvery sheen - which still allowed the brusho background to show through.
- Cut the Pine Trio again with plain white c/s, and inlaid that into the opening, once the pink piece had been adhered to the top fold white card base. Cut the Pine Trio once again, after applying some glitter white c/s to a piece of Easy Cut Adhesive sticky paper (product is made by iCraft). Removed the backing paper, and it was very easy to inlay over the first white inlay, and this created a bit of dimension.
- MBox Vintage Merry Christmas die cut the sentiment from the same white glitter adhesive paper. Since these letters are quite delicate, I see that the M in Merry got just a bit wonky, which I didn't catch until I saw the photo. Oh well, that's my Amish mistake - LOL.
- Added some Starfoam sticker lines for a bit more bling, and lastly - some rhinestone centers to the snowflakes.
The original thought when approaching this pink & white challenge was to use the pink brusho background and work with a vellum poinsettia. You know what the old saying is about Good Intentions, right?
Do please check the cards my team members' shared on this challenge - their links are over on the right side bar. Thanks for joining me on another very hot Sunday afternoon, that has been rather lazy at our house. In a bit we'll be going out for a Father's Day dinner with the family. Hope the day has been a pleasant one for you as well. Big hugs & come again when time allows.