Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Peace on Earth

Here I am with another Christmas Card to share -  I only need about 40 Christmas cards in December and I'm pretty close to having that many made already!   I punched several different sized circles out of  red and lime green glitter card stock from Michaels.  I die cut the deer from Starry Christmas by MFT out of Brushed Silver Cardstock from SU and then white embossed it using the coordinating deer stamp from the Starry Christmas stamp set by MFT. The Peace on Earth is from the same stamp set.  I layered them all onto a panel I die cut with my Stitched Mat Rectangle from Lil' Inker Designs.
Here's a close up of the deer showing the silver with white embossing a little better.
I'm linking my Christmas card to 3 challenges:
Festive Friday -  I was inspired by the red ball ornaments on the tray, the green tree and the prancing silver reindeer on the tree.
Jingle Belles -  Theme Peace -  the deer flying through the galaxy evokes a feeling of Peace for me on this card!

Stamps:  Starry Christmas - My Favorite Things
Paper:  White - PTI, Glitter Card Stock -Michaels, Brushed Silver - Stampin'Up
Ink:  Archival Jet Black, Versamark
Accessories:  foam tape, white embossing powder, heat tool, circle punches - EK Success, reindeer die - Starry Christmas set - My Favorite Things, Stitched Mat Rectangle die - Lil' Inker Designs.

22 comments:

Lynn said...

Way to go on having so many cards done! Your card is gorgeous. I love all the glitter. Thanks so much for playing sure us at Festive Friday.

~amy~ said...

awesome take on the sketch Julia!

Lesley Croghan said...

Beautiful! Love your take on the sketch!

Marlena M. said...

Julia this is BEAUTIFUL! What a wonderful jump on your Christmas cards~kudos to you;that's awesome!

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

When I case this card, remind me not to send it to you and Kent!!!

Sharli Schaitberger said...

What a stunning card! I love the glitter circles! Hugs!

Annette Allen said...

I LOVE this.. how cute is that deer.. great take on the sketch..

KayM said...

What a stunning card! Love the glitter and the fabulous design!! So happy you joined us at Festive Friday! :)

Mona Pendleton said...

So very pretty Julia! Love all the shimmery dots paired with the reindeer!

Stamping With Bibiana said...

beautiful card and so lucky that you are on time for your xmas cards...so organized
bibiana

Pat (mspfd) said...

Great take on the sketch and a beautiful Christmas card to add to your stash, Julia.

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Love the modern feel of this - the sparkle is so perfect for the season! So glad you joined us at Festive Friday, Julia!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, what a fun Christmas card! Super sweet take on the sketch!

lauren bergold said...

what a great rendition of the sketch and the inspiration photo, plus a beautiful take on "peace" for our JINGLE BELLES prompt! well done!

SmilynStef said...

Love the white-on-shimmering silver ... and the glittery sparkle is perfection ... so very glad you joined us at jingle belles.

donna mikasa said...

Way to go on using the sketch for a Christmas card! Love the glitter! Thanks for joining us again at CAS(E) this Sketch!

Deepti said...

Oh wow !! this is such a cool design, I love how u used the sketch to create ur sweet Christmas card and that deer is gorgeous

Kim Heggins said...

What a fabulous holiday card! I love those red and green glittered dots/circles, just so festive.

Shirley said...

OMGosh, your reindeer and the glitter circles are just beautiful!

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Lorraine said...

This is so cute and fun. Really made me smile.

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