For my card, I layered a square panel of the paper onto a silver mirror panel and raised it up on foam pads onto another sheet from the pad on the base card. I used a sweet Fizzy Moon stamp with another silver panel behind it to match the papers, and added a trio of silver rhinestones.
They don't come much more C&S than this :
I decided that the papers were so pretty that I'd try something else.
I'd bought a couple of large MDF baubles. They're quite large, about 16cm / 6.5 inches, tied on some rustic string.
I untied the string, and stuck some of the same paper that I'd used on the card onto the bauble, and cut around the shape. as the MDF shape was over 6 inches, and my papers are only 6 inches, I used an off-cut from the patterned part at the top (where the string is attached). I then re-punched the hole, threaded the string back through and re-tied it again.
I finished it off with some of the same gemstones that I used on the card.
Ok, I lied above when I said they didn't come much more C&S than my card, cos this is even less fussy! :0)
Hope you like my duo of Christmassy projects today.
Recipe featuring items from The Stamp Basket:
- Image - Skiing from Fizzy Moon
- Cardworks Card base
- First Edition Silent Night Papers
- Neenah Classic Crest White Stamping Card
- Momento Stamp Pad Ink
- The Hobby House Rhinestones