Tuesday, 28 November 2017

C is for Christmas Candle Card

Here's a pair of sparkling Christmas candle cards.

No colouring, 
no die cutting, 
... I let my Silhouette Cameo do all (most) of the work,
with me gathering my glue to assemble the pieces.

I confess, I went a bit crazy with my bling, adding rhinestones everywhere.

I took a portion of the design and used it to make a decorative accent on a mat for inside the card.

and a couple more pics


Silhouette Cameo
textured cardstock
Helmar 450 Quick Dry adhesive - to adhere the layers

I am going to enter my card in the following challenges (alphabetical order):

the Fifth Annual Month of Holiday Cards Challenge
C is for Candle
H is for Holly
S is for Stars and Sparkle (bling)

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog - Simon Says: Star Light Star Bright
there are stars on the front of the card and one inside too


  1. Beautiful card and a great silhouette cut. Saw this one recently but decided I had enough already now I see it, it's gorgeous.xx[aNNie]🎄

    1. Thank You Annie :)
      ... you should buy it, it's currently half price and really is a beautiful design that cuts well. You don't need to add all the bling like I have, so it is great for making multiples giving you elegance with ease.

  2. Great cards Tracy, the die cut design is fabulous! I love that you've added lots of rhinestones, it gives a beautiful sparkle to your finished project. Great choice of colours too.

    1. Thank You Beccy :)
      Yes, I love the bling too. It was handy having some strips of red & clear rhinestones that worked perfectly for the candle.

  3. It looks like you had fun with the bling! Love the graphic feel with the white and red, Tracy! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful project with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge! hugs, Maura


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