Saturday, November 01, 2008

Chipboard Ornament

This card is for Makeesha's sketch challenge, which completely distracted me from cleaning up my desk & scrap draw... maybe tonight! Honestly, I am trying to space out my Christmas-related posts but I just seem to keep making Christmas cards! In trying to think of something big and circular that I could put on this card I remembered I had some big circles in chipboard, and it already had the hole in the top so it became a great big bauble. In fact, I put the patterned paper on both side of the chipboard, half pearls on both sides and have not used adhesive to attach the ornament to the card so that it can be taken off and used as an actual ornament! In the photo below you will see how I used the Slit punch on the card base to tuck the ribbon into and hold the ornament on.
I also posted a card over at the Elite Challenges blog this morning... yet another colour challenge and yet another Christmas card!

All supplies by Stampin' Up!
Cardstock: River Rock. Always Artichoke, Very Vanilla
Stamp Set: Many Merry Messages
Inks: Always Artichoke
Accessories: Purely Pomegranate satin ribbon, 3/16" corner rounder, slit punch, On Board Accents chipboard, Pretties Kit, mini glue dots, Very Vanilla taffeta ribbon, Antique Brass hodgepodge, dimensionals
Show watched while creating: Moonlight (well, it was Halloween and I needed a Mick fix)


Dani Fender said...

STUNNING! Such a very very cool idea! I love it!

Caroline Colgan said...

What a lovely card...& great use of the sketch...too clever!!

Mandy Schiller said...

What a clever idea! Very beautiful!


Sandie said...

This is gorgeous lavs.......luv the colour combo.

Well done.

Luv Sandie