Is it too much bling?  I barked really loud so that Ann could hear that she was just putting too much bling and texture on this card – but I like it anyway!


We used Old Olivie, Rich Razzleberry and Very Vanilla for the card.  I don’t know how she got Rich Razzleberry from my barking Cherry Cobbler. 

I KNOW!  It was the Color Coach

She ran the Very Vanilla through the Embossing Folder and then did the Direct to Paper technique.  That’ just what it says it is – rubbing an ink pad directly on the paper.  Because it’s not all even, it makes it look a little Vintage. 

Then she used her Holiday Ornaments Framelits to cut out 3 ornaments.  She used the Festive Paper Piercing Pack that you can get free when you get the special bundle this month. After scoring along the middle of the ornaments with the scoring tool, she used the Gold Stampin’ Dazzle Marker to do some Faux Stitching around the edges of the ornaments and color in the top.

Fold the ornaments and then glue them together and attached them to the card with the Stampin’ Up! Liquid Glue.  The greeting is from a limited edition Hostess Set that’s only around until January 2nd.  The rest is all listed below, but do you think it’s too much?  (Things with a * are in the Holiday Mini Catalog)

  • * Holiday Ornaments Framelits  (Check out the bundle offer here)
  • * Festive Paper Piercing Pack #127857
  • * Stampin’ Dazzle Markers #128979
  • * Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder #127819
  • * Mixed Medley Hostess Set Wood-#128054/Clear-#128057
  • * Glimmer Paper #127885
  • * 1-1/4″ Scallop Circle Punch #127811
  • 3/4″ Circle Punch #119873
  • 1″ Circle Punch #119868

So I guess that’s it.  I think we’re going to do this 4-1/4″ square card again.  You should know that we’re here when you need us!

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