Saturday, December 11, 2010

May Your Holidays...

My color inspiration based on Play Date Cafe Challenge #59

Moxie Fab World: Tuesday Trigger (all that glitters). Obviously the glitters on the ring shows the elegant of how my card should be :) Thanks to Cristina who reminds me about the Tuesday Trigger challenge.



May Your Holidays...
  • Stamp: WPlus9 - Classic Christmas.
  • Ink: Versa Color - Violet.
  • Others: Punch, Glitter Embellishments.

14 comments:

Cristina said...

Love this! Hope you entered it for the Moxie Fab glitter challenge, too. Those birds are so sweet!

sandee said...

Very pretty!

Debgem said...

Love those baubles - this is a very clean and simple design - it's brilliant!

Maria said...

Gorgeous stars and litte birds! Just simply stunning...love it!!!

Jaclyn Miller said...

oh, this is soooooo pretty! I love those little birds sitting on top of the stars and the glitter - aww, just gorgeous.

Emily Leiphart said...

This is stunning, Angeline! I love the strings and the little birds.

Andrea Ewen said...

Wonderful CAS design! Super clean and super bling! Great job with our colors! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe!

Lisa said...

Lovely! Those glittery ornaments are so pretty!

Cath said...

Hey Angeline! What a "glitter-ific" approach to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! Thanks so much for playing along! :)

Ruby said...

What a fun idea to add the birds to the tops of the stars! I love how you've used our colours, fab card. Thanks for joining in on the fun with us at the Play Date Cafe!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHH! Beautiful glittering! LOVE those ornaments;) Thanks so much for playing along and joining in the color fun over at the PDCC:}

Sarah Anderson said...

Gorgeous clean and simple design, I love the birds on the baubles. Thanks so much for joining us at the play date cafe this week :)

Linda Beeson said...

Wow is that amazing! LOVE the glittery blues and purples.

Dawn said...

Wonderful way to pull those colors together girl! And adding the third bird on the sentiment was perfection.