JustRite Friday Challenge #035 - Scrapbooking in Melbourne, Florida
Break out the Glimmer Mist! That's what I did...and it was fun! JustRite's Friday Challenge this week was to make a Christmas tag. I decided I wanted to try using some Glimmer Mist, and the colors that I had were a bit non-traditional. But don't let that stop you! A little glitter, some snowflakes and a beautiful sentiment will pull it all together.
Now, mine didn't come together exactly like I planned, but I certainly wasn't going to trash all of that sparkle - ha! I noticed - too late - that my center snowflake and flower are on the same plane. Ah, well. It could be worse, I guess. I used the awesome stamp set "Christmas Nested Sentiments" and my new clear acrylic JustRite block. LOVED it!!! Spellbinders 2010 Snowflake Pendant, some CTMH paper, ink and pearls, a few Prima flowers, ribbon and call it a tag!
So what colors are you going to try for your Christmas projects? I still love the vintage, muted ivy and cranberry, but you should step outside of your comfort zone sometimes. You might like it...you might not.....but you never know unless you try!
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