Pink & Gold

Saw a similar layout and wanted to use my freshly cut snowflakes to give a try. All snowflakes were Silhouette cut in white cs. Base on was left as is, Next up was smeared with gold stencil butter and tiny one is pink stencil butter. One dry they were stacked together with glue and sparkle rounds added. The bg piece was masked with stencil and the gold stencil butter applied. Once dry I partially dry embossed with snowflake ef. Used the pink stencil butter, watered it down to color the sentiment dies with a paint brush. Was not my intention to have ombre but that is how the water mixed and dried. Probably could not do it again if I tried. Mounted the piece on white cs base.

Thanks for sharing your time with me, now I am sharing this with:

Color Hues: Pink & Gold

Mix It Up: No Stamping

Challenge Up Your Life: Ice, Ice Baby

21 thoughts on “Pink & Gold

  1. Loving your pink and gold and the shine you achieve with the stencil butter. Great embossing folder and love the diagonal piece.

  2. This is stunning! I love the diagonal line of texture and that stencil butter gives amazing results. Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Hues challenge blog!

    1. Thanks Julie, I did go back and add glossy accents to the sentiment and pink snowflake. Adds that wow that the flat elements were missing.

  3. I love that you took one of the cards by the DT and made it your own! This is as pretty as can be! I am swooning over that snowflake! Happy New Year and thanks for joining us at Color Hues!

  4. Echoing the others: your card is gorgeous! The pink and gold snowflake is positively swoon-inducing! So thrilled you joined us at Color Hues!
    ~carol

  5. I love the colour combo of pink and gold. The card looks really frosty. Thanks for playing along at Challenge up your life. Stay crafty Babsy

  6. This is a stunning card! I love the dry embossed snowy background and the different techniques you have used. Thank you for joining our “Ice, Ice Baby” challenge over at Challenge Up Your Life! Have a fabulous day and happy crafting, Maike

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