Friday, 13 September 2013
FFC16 - Navy, Silver, White
Time for a new Festive Friday challenge! It's a colour challenge - navy, silver and white.
When used for Christmas, these colours always make me think of the star in the night sky. I was inspired by Bev's apple card from last week's CASology challenge. I loved the off the edge focal point, and extended mine way over the edge.
I hope you'll play along with this challenge - Christmas is getting closer and closer, you know - time to start stocking up on cards!
Labels: Christmas, Church Christmas, FFC
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Such a gorgeous card! I love that glittery star and sentiment!ReplyDelete
Great idea to let the star faal over the card! Inky greetings, GerrinaReplyDelete
I love the star and the sentiment and font are perfect.ReplyDelete
Wonderful silver star off the edge there - love the font on your wonderful Christmas sentiment!ReplyDelete
Amazing glittery star Ardyth!ReplyDelete
oh my, Ardyth, that star is so completely glittery and so glorious taken off the edge! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Great eye-catching card! Fab!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the shout-out, Ardyth. This is one amazing card. Totally love what you've created. That silver glittery star is soooo beautiful, and your sentiment caps off this work of art perfectly. Love this. Magnificent. BevReplyDelete
Just amazing, what a stunning card! Your sentiment is so perfect too. Love it.ReplyDelete
I said it before, I'll say it again - I LOVE the glittery star, and the way you offset it - gorgeous!! So striking. :)ReplyDelete
Very striking card Ardyth-what a fabulous way to use the star and a great take on the colour scheme :)ReplyDelete
That is one fabulous glitter-tastic star! Love it!ReplyDelete
The off-the-edge design is so appealingly unpredictable! And yes, Bev's apple card was amazing! The silver & navy creates such a stunning contrast, especially with the sparkle and the silver embossing.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty and I love the sentiment - truly Christmas!ReplyDelete
Love this card!!! Love the sentiment! Just wonderful!ReplyDelete