Sunday, July 30, 2017

Christmas In July Blog Hop

 Carols of Christmas Blog Hop


 Welcome to the Christmas In July Blog Hop! We are showcasing the beautiful Carols of Christmas Bundle which is available August 1st as an early release from the upcoming Holiday Catalog. 

 Here's my card:



I chose to focus on the thinlets from this bundle -  and created a peaceful winter scene for my card. 

I used dazzling diamond glimmer paper to create the sparkling winter trees. 

I layered these over a piece of Wood Texture Designer Series paper and a layer of Whisper White card stock that I embossed with the Softly Falling embossing folder - I tore the edge of this layer to create a slight downhill slope. 

 This entire layer was adhered to a layer of Basic Gray cardstock and attached to a Smoky Slate card base. 

I added some bits of ribbon and bling with the Mini Sequin trim and 3/8" Metallic-Edge Ribbon, and tucked along the edge of my main layer. 

For a free printable, detailed step-by-step tutorial, including measurements and list of all products used for  my card, please Click HERE 


 Thanks for hopping with us today - I am sure you will find a lot of very creative, inspiring projects as you visit all of the different blogs.

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Questions?  Please send me an email:  laura@lauramilligan.com 


 




 

18 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! So soothing.....

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  2. lovely use of the DSP - thank you for sharing

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  3. Laura, this card is stunning! I love how you mixed the textures of different white papers and embossing. It turned out great. Thanks for hopping!

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  4. Your tone on tone is gorgeous Laura. And how inspired to use the Wood Texture DSP! Great card. Have a super week ahead and God Bless, Cynthia <><

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  5. I love the white on white tonal effect

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  6. So much detail and texture in your gorgeous monochromatic card.

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