AW29 – Holiday Home

I recently grabbed the Holiday Home stamp set and Framelits – thanks to Pinterest and everyones wonderful projects! and I just love the cute houses!

So when the latest Around the World Stampin’ Challenge was released I just knew I wanted to use these stamps.

The challenge this time is to make a project using Real Red, Hello Honey, and Crumb Cake, I’m super pleased with what I came up with.

Stampin' Up! UK AW29 Holiday Home Christmas

For this card I used a Hello Honey card base, with a Very Vanilla card matt. I stamped the house image on Crumb Cake cardstock with Crumb cake ink, and cut it out (although I have ordered the framelits, they havent arrived yet!). I gold embossed the sentiment on a piece of Real Red cardstock.

I put the card together and it just looked plan. I’m generally a simple card maker, but it was too simple even for me! So I grabbed for my current ‘go to’ stamp set – Gorgeous Grunge, and stamped in Hello Honey, but it still just didn’t look complete. Bring on more Gold! I really love the look of Gold embossing, and I just think that bit of Gold splatter just proved to be the finishing touch!

Check out the other challenge entries HERE!

 

Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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