Friday, December 26, 2014

Papertrey Ink December 2014 Blog Hop Challenge

The Challenge:



December's challenge is to used GOLD and SILVER on the project.


I am using the gold paper from PTI's first Make it Market Kit Luxe Letterpress to make the stripes on my white cardstock


the star has silver glitters and I also added PTI rustic brown jute button twine on it


Sentiment "happy" is from PTI Egg hunt stamp set and "2015" is from PTI Calendar Basics Stamp set.



20 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Gorgeous! LOVING the gold and that star!!!!!

Tieva Design said...

Gorgeous card, I love the glimmer ;o)
Gabi

Tenia Nelson said...

So so cool!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Love, love the shiny silver and gold combo! SO perfect to ring in the new year! Beautiful card, Kirsty!

Andie Miller said...

Your card makes me happy! What a lovely combination of gold andsilver!

~amy~ said...

Wonderful New Years card Kirsty!

Helen F. said...

Beautiful design for your New Year's card, Kirsty! Lovin' the gold and silver combo :-)

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE the gold stripes and the glittery silver star! We both have New Years on the brain!

Rosemary said...

super cool card

Betty Wright said...

Love the gold mirrored background and the sparkly star! Lovely card!

Marcia HIll said...

Beautiful card Kirsty! Love the bold gold stripes and the silver sparkly star that just "pops" off the card! Well done!! :0)

Mona Pendleton said...

Super cute Kirsty! The silver shimmery star looks awesome! Happy holidays and happy hopping!

Rema said...

Awesome! I love glitter but it gets so messy sometimes. When I use it I get it everywhere!

Patti said...

Oh Kirsty!! This is just lovely!! ; )

Happy Happy New Year!!

Patti

Greta said...

Great New Year's card, Kirsty! Happy Holidays!

Caz said...

Oh lovely! I especially like the little touch of glitter!

Ros Crawford said...

Gorgeous Kirsty ... I forgot to post mine ...sigh

Denise van Deventer said...

Gorgeous....such a cool design for a card! ;-)

Manuela said...

super card!

Lynette Jacobs said...

You really put cards together with so much ease.