Mistletoe

Card number two ... and the second of the new designs being released this week - 'Mistletoe' - and it's a modern interpretation of individual sprigs of mistletoe in a random design.



Colour Collection Papers ~ 'Mistletoe'

This is the design ...


And the details ...

- it is a single paper design
- in both positive & negative design options.
- And it is in all 38 colours of the new Colour Palette.
- The design prints as individual A4 sheets
- it is available with Whit.
- and it's individual retail price will be £1.99.


For my card, I printed the design onto card, cut it to size and made it the focal point by decorating it with paper berries, which I punched using this tiny little holly punch from Tonic Studios. I think it was a free gift with one of the card making magazines last year. And it punched the perfect size berries for my mistletoe. I then mounted it with dimensionals onto an A6 card blank, added a sentiment and some Button Twine and voila! A simple, super quick card. Just like some Christmas cards need to be.




More soon : )


Love Liz xx



  • Card Base: A6 cut from 340gsm card from Century Paper
  • Patterned Papers: 'Mistletoe' in Pure Silver (decorated with Crushed Pistachio) and Crushed Pistachio (decorated with Sweet Bohemia). From The Colour Collection
  • Insert: Sweet Bohemia Solid. From The Colour Collection
  • Sentiment: 'Tiny {Christmas} Sentiments'
  • Corner Rounder: WRMK Crop A Dile Corner Chomper
  • Natural Kraft Twine from The Ribbon Girl

4 comments on Mistletoe

  1. I like the mistletoe paper Liz, I shall keep a look out for that one :)

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  2. Liz, Both cards and papers are stunning xx

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  3. Simply Gorgeous LIz :) Can't wait for the mistletoe paper to be released
    Barbxx

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  4. gorgeous Liz

    putting all those little dots on must have been a labour of love.

    I read the post and didn't quite 'get' what's you'd used the punch for - was looking for the holly on the card. Then I couldn't work out how you had got the two colours on the card - then on a closer inspection the penny dropped!!! Some patience required there! The result was well worth it though!

    hugs

    Paula x x x

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