Cards are Better in Threes - Merry & Bright Shaker Kit
Hello Queen & Co fans,
Are you ready for some more holiday card ideas using the FANTASTIC Merry & Bright ornament card kit?
How about a matching trio? Sometimes when I am on a roll making cards, I like to use the supplies on my table to make a variety of designs.
Today I used:
A festive green band down the center of the card edged in green bakers twine, makes the silver ornament pop. Tell me you don't agree that those teeny candy cane fimo aren't the cutest things you have ever seen?? And I love how the traditional colors are freshened up with the silver & white accents.
Notice how the scattering of adhesive Bubble Bling bits, add extra sparkle to the card. One sheet goes so far. They are a MUST have in your arsenal.
1,25" strips of red tree paper, green chevron paper & silver washi tape...make an eye catching band across this card. I laid a piece of red bakers twine along the edge of the red paper for extra texture & interest. Talking about interest, don't you love how the raised circles punched in coordinating patterns, create gorgeous, yet subtle dimension on the band.
Black ink on the white card base adds great punch to the sentiment, & x2 little candy canes at each end finish it off perfectly. A sprinkle of diamond fillers make this ornament so special...exactly what one needs to create a eye stopping holiday card.
For my third card I wanted to use a festive striped pennant shape. It became the base for the silver & red rectangle mat created using the pop-up rectangle dies. On top I placed another of the ornament die cuts filled, with the multi-color pearl fillers & a scattering of adhesive Bubble Bling bits, adding extra sparkle to the card.
As you can see the result is a FABULOUS selection of coordinating designs with economical use of products. Once again Queen & Company has knocked it out of the park. This kit will make your holiday card making a cinch! Grab one from our online store whilst you can!
I'm so glad you stopped by! Have an awesome weekend!
- Mary-Ann M.