Christmas is over - sad, but also a bit of a relief when it comes to cardmaking. I do love making Christmas cards and you'll probably see some on my blog as soon as January as I get a head start for next year. But it is a very nice change to pull out different colors and different images. I went as far as possible with this card - yellows, grays and a light bulb!!!
I just recently got this Ray of Sunshine Cutting Plate (planning ahead so I can CASE Jen Shult's amazing Easter card
.) But I didn't want to use it for just one Easter card and I knew that I'd love it with this little light bulb!
I coated the light bulb with glossy accents. Then I added a variety of yellow, grays and patterned paper to make my rays.
It was a little fiddly to cut all of those rays (I'm cheap and I didn't want to cut entire pieces of cardstock to get just a few rays), but it was fun!!
Oh WOW!! This is genius!! I love how you combined that background die with the fun lightbulb. The yellows and grays look FABULOUS together too!!ReplyDelete
This is so cute and creative! Nice job!ReplyDelete
I like your sunburst of yellow and grays, this is terrific Kim!!ReplyDelete
I love this, Kims! What a terrific design in every way!! Happy New Year Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
I know just how you feel about card making after Christmas. LOVE this! A bright and fun design!ReplyDelete
How fun is this!! I have the same plate and never saw Jen Shult's card before - I'm definitely bookmarking it so I can CASE it as well!!ReplyDelete
I hear you about the Christmas cards; I'm ready for something different, too...for a while! Your yellow/greys light bulb card...sorry, but I just have to: I like is a WATT! Fabulous, Kim; sheer and complete fabulous!ReplyDelete
OMG!! This card is AWESOME!! You are SO CLEVER!! I LOVE the inspiration!!ReplyDelete