Thursday, November 29, 2018

Glitter Tree

Hello. Today was a super productive day. I got seven cards for upcoming posts. It felt really good. Now to get all the posts written. Todays card was an idea I had come up with but had been waiting on the Black Friday order from Simon Says Stamp. It came today! Yay!!
My card started with the Honeybee Stamps pennant die. I bought it to use as a Christmas tree. I let the die together and cut it from both white and gold glitter paper. Piecing the trees together and gluing them down to my card front. It is a 110 lbs, top folding card base. The greeting was heat embossed in gold detail powder. The greeting was from a new set from Hello Bluebird popped up with foam tape. The star is from Memory Box.

The card is for the three challenges listed below. Thanks for stopping by, Sue.

Simon Says Stamp is Anything Goes.


  1. Gorgeous card Sue and a great idea to use the dies like that! Thanks for joining us again at CAS-ual Fridays.

  2. Love your glittery simplistic tree, stunning! Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

  3. Love your idea of using the pennant die for a Christmas tree! Very elegant! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  4. Absolutely gorgeous, Sue ! Love the modern look of your tree together with the gold and glitter shimmer. Very eye-catching ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Uniko.

  5. LOL....can we please just create more cards and not write the posts?! Love how you created your tree with the triangles. Thank you for sharing with us at AAA Cards. =) Tracie

  6. What a great idea and it works so well.
    So pleased you joined in at Uniko this time. :)

  7. Fabulous! I love the inlaid diecuts. Thanks for taking part in the Uniko challenge x

  8. This is so beautifully CAS .... I love it! Thank you for playing along with the Uniko challenge ..... and a very Merry Christmas to you and yours xx


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