#915 – Hugs & Kisses

Hello and welcome to a new challenge up at the Tic Tac Toe challenge! Continuing the theme for January, being ‘Winter/Birthday/Thank You’, and we have a new challenge board for you –

And here’s what I made –

I started by painting the acrylic red and silver colors on some cardstock. The silver paint is almost a champagne-silver color and also very sparkly, so the color in the image looks a bit off…almost gold like.

Well, after the paints dried, I die cut the two panels using the Pink Fresh Studio Fancy Floral die. I adhered them on my white card base.

For the sentiment, I die cut the Concord & 9th Cuddles & Hugs from vellum and a few pieces of scrap cardstock. The thinner piece, I again painted using the same champagne-silver paint. I adhered them together and then on the card. The sentiment also comes from the same company and had the same name. I trimmed the strip of cardstock after I stamped on it and foam mounted it on my card.

And that finished my card! I’m joining the following challenges –

CrafTangles January challenge: Trash to Treasure (I reused the painted cardstock)

monthly challenge

Watercooler Wednesday challenge #306: All About Occasions

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge: Anything Goes

SSS - Wednesday Challenge

Step over to the Tic Tac Toe challenge to get more inspirational cards from the rest of the DT and don’t forget to join in your self!

Thank you so much for stopping by! 🙂

9 thoughts on “#915 – Hugs & Kisses

  1. Its screaming festive Ashwini! Thank you for telling that its silver, because I kept looking for gold in the moodboard and I was scratching my head, and decided to read through 🙈😂 I can see silver on the next picture, bummer!!! I could have scrolled instead of trying to wonder if my eyes have gone bad! Absolutely fantastic card. Let me do some catch up now! I will be spamming you blog!

    • That’s sometimes the problem with photography – getting the colors right!! This one was a real pain to get right… I just gave up in the end! Sorry for all the trouble! 😕

  2. I bet that shine is amazing in real life. I would never have thought of using acrylic paint for this. It has worked amazingly well, love the vibrancy of thew red with the silver and what an amazing die xx

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