Merry and Bright

Here is a merry and bright card I made using the new French Flair Doily Stackers.  This is a beautiful die set.  I started with the largest die in the set and cut a silver metallic panel.  For the next middle size, I die cut using blue card stock.  And for the center panel, I again used silver metallic.  I mounted all 3 panels onto a hand trimmed white card stock base.   I stamped the image onto Cryogen white metallic paper with Memento Tuxedo black ink.  After coloring with my Copic markers, I trimmed the image out, popping it up with dimensional tape.  I added some Sparkly Fluff to the muff and hat. 

For the flowers I used the new Miniature Rose, Medium Rose and Large Rose dies.  I staggered the dies for a really full flower.  I also dry embossed the petals to give them some roundness.  Again using the silver metallic paper, I added some Olive Branches.  The sentiment is from Lily of the Valley, I used my Circle Little Stackers for the blue panel.  Finished size is 6 inches.

The challenge this week at Cheery Lynn Designs blog is Silver and Gold.  You can use either color or a combination of both.  Won't you join the fun?


  1. This card is so adorable, those flowers are gorgeous, and your colouring 'in' is amazing!

  2. What a cute card!! I love the silver and blue! Love the French Flair Doily Stackers!

  3. Sandy, I love all the rose dies, they make a lovely, lovely flower. Added to my "Wish List." The French Flair Doily Stackers look pretty awesome too ... I think I need another job!

  4. this is gorgeous!!! loooove the colors!! What a great idea to use all three size dies to create your flower!!

  5. I would love to see this in person! What a beautiful Christmas card! You made us all think of a snowy winter day without even using any snowflakes. Love the white flowers with the blue and silver doily stackers! It is all so elegant!


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