Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Red for Remembrance

With Remembrance Day occurring next Sunday, our theme for this week's challenge on Cute Card Thursday is really appropriate - 'Red for Remembrance'.  Our prize sponsor this week is Simon Says Stamp.

We'd like you to interpret this theme however you wish, I chose to create a Christmas card with Red as the predominant colour. 

The background paper is a magazine freebie from  Hot Off The Press.  I used a set of nesties to cut out the image and a layer of red metallic card (which I also embossed with a snowflake design using a Cuttlebug embossing folder. 

The tree was cut using a Marianne's die and I created the baubles by using a regular office punch and a scrap of the red metallic card.  After punching the tiny circles from the card I used a ball tool to curve them slightly before attaching with PinFlair glue, then I added Platinum Stickles to create a tinsel garland around the tree.   The image is from Magnolia and I coloured Tilda with Copics.  Sentiment is from Lili of the Valley, stamped then heat embossed using sparkly red embossing powder.   The red gingham ribbon was from my stash.

I hope you've enjoyed today's project, check out the full details of this week's challenge over on the Cute Card Thursday blog.


Kathyk said...

Another beautiful creation from you matey and I never cease to be amazed at just how many dies you own!!!!

Happy Thursday


Debs M said...

gorgeous tilda and fabby nestie and tree! x

Deb said...

so beautiful Wynneth, love that Christmas tree!
have a great weekend! Debxx

Katiejane said...

Talk about intricate, this is beautiful Wynneth. I deffinately wouldn't have the patience to do the baubles, but I'm so pleased you did because it looks stunning. All the while another addition to your Xmas stock. Well done.
Have a great weekend.
Katie x

Mynnette said...

Oh, how pretty! LOVE that tree with the bling on the side! TFS!!! :)

Junie said...

Another STUNNING creation !!! one of my all time favourite Tildas I think !!!! love the sentiment