Friday, December 6, 2019

Tea-lightful Season

What do you do when you complete your card and then mess it up adding glitter to the flower? Well....that was my dilemma with this fun frameless shaker card.  Rather than scrap it and start over, I decided to add some pre-made blooms over top of my mess and wa-la a pretty Christmas card in non-traditional colors!
(For a video tutorial on creating the frameless shaker with a page protector -- Visit my Instagram friend Ilda's blog post - HERE)

Supplies and Tools:

This post linked to:
Shopping Our Stash - Happy Holidays
Simon Says Monday Challenge - Let's Sparkle
Time Out Challenge - Merry and Cheerful
Colour Crazy Craft Challenge - Anything Handcolored
If You Give A Crafter A Cookie -Inspiration Board (pastel colors)
Kat Scrappiness - Happy Holidays


sandie said...

Well, what a fab save! And there is so much to love about this card-adore the graphic background and the colour you used-so fresh. And lovely elegant frame and well the flower combo made for the perfect touch. Thanks for joining Time Out

Conniecrafter said...

so pretty, I just love the die cut under the cup, perfect with it and you had a great save for your glitter problem! Great sentiment to go with this too!

World of Michael Trent said...

Hi Esther. Your card is beautiful. The color palette is great. The coloring is great. So glad you joined us on The If You Give A Crafter A Cookie Challenge Blog.

Helen Gullett said...

Oh Esther... this is so gorgeous. I LOVE that tea cup and the floral arrangement. Such a lovely idea for winter card.

TK said...

Very pretty card, and score yourself one for the save!

sarascloset said...

Great winter coffee card and the glitter oops is perfect!

Silke said...

Many thanks for joining us with your beautiful card at Colour Crazy.

Deanne Saunders said...

Beautiful!!! Thanks so much for participating in our IF YOU GIVE A CRAFTER A COOKIE... challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!! *Sorry so late commenting! I’ve had a busy couple of months!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper