Saturday, October 27, 2012

Holiday Card & Cutters Creek Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Cutters Creek Design Team Holiday Blog Hop! We want you to hop along with us and play for some awesome Blog Candy. The objective for our Blog Hop this weekend is to provide some inspiration to help you get your holiday crafting underway! Our Design Team has come up with some fabulous projects and we have a little bit of everything, from cards to gift ideas, and home d├ęcor items. So we invite you to hop along with us and get your creative juices flowing!
Here is the complete blog hop line up in case you get lost along the way:

Don’t forget to leave a comment before hopping along to Pebble's blog. Thanks for hopping by and we hope you enjoy the hop and get many wonderful ideas!

It sure was challenging trying to photograph all this bling!  I think this was the best photo as you can at least see the Tim Holtz Mirror Paper pretty well with one of these snowflakes.  I love this new mirror paper!  It is incredible and gorgeous.  I also like that it is adhesive backed too.  I also managed to find the perfect sentiment in my stash for this card.  It says, "Wishing you a sparkling holiday".  I thought it was perfect with all the bling going on. 

For this project, I used American Crafts glitter cardstock for the background and also for two of the snowflakes.  The other two snowflakes are the Tim Holtz Mirrored Paper.  The snowflakes were all cut with my new eBosser.  I love this new machine!  It makes die cutting and embossing so easy peasy.  And speaking of embossing, the white paper was embossed with one of my Cuttlebug embossing folders to add more snowflakes to the card.  The sentiment was cut out using one of my Spellbinder dies using the eBosser as well.  And then I used my WOW! Embossing Powder to give the sentiment some bling too.  And then I inked the edges of it and added some Kaisercraft pearls.  Then I found some rhinestone strips in my stash and added those as an after thought.  I figure a girl can never have too much bling!  I hope you enjoyed my project and please don't forget to leave a comment to get into the drawing. 

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