Sunday, November 16, 2014

Silver and Blue Ornaments...Merry Monday #134~Ornaments in Silver/grey and Blue; The Pink Elephant #276~CAS, My Perfect Life~Festive 48, Week 45

Hi again...I'm back with my cards for the now closed (gahh...I had this in draft form for three days and still didn't make it in time!  Disorganization intervention required!)   Merry Monday #134~Ornaments, in Silver/grey and Blue.  That's okay: three more cards heading to the stash for my mom...


I'm also sprinting these over to The Pink Elephant #276~CAS


,Marina's My Perfect Life~Festive 48, Week 45 (she's nearly at her target: Awesome!), and cards 1 and 3 to Virginia's View Challenge #9~All Things Metallic



Card 1:

Card 2:

and this one, inspired by Merry Monday guest designer Laurie:


Thanks so much for dropping by; your visit and comments add sparkle to my day!



16 comments:

  1. Those ornaments are so stunning and I love every version of them! Such gorgeous cards!

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  2. These are just gorgeous, Carol! I especially love the look of the 2nd one! Thinking I may "need" ornament dies!

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  3. Oh my...all three of your cards are absolutely gorgeous, Carol! The color combo on each one is amazing and I love all the texture you added with your embossing folders and snow flakes...WOW!

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  4. Gorgeous!!! I very nearly bought that ornament die the other day but wasn't sure that I'd ever use it - seeing these little beauties I really should've treated myself!! Maybe next time ;)

    Absolutely stunning ;)

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  5. Way to use that ornament die. Gorgeous mix of cards. Think the middle one is my favorite. Soon enough I'll be dragging mine out and setting up the tree - yikes!! Where has the year gone!

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  6. Oh MY GOODNESS - WOW!!!! These are just absolutely exquisite cards - I love that die and the papers and colors you have used - Total and complete perfection!!! Way to go!!

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  7. Oh my heavens!!! I Hope you are going to get big bucks for these lovelies!! Carol these are each and every one stunning! The embossing, the inlaid die cuts, the cutout snowflakes... Wow!! Just WOW!! Love these to pieces!! ((Hugs))

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  8. WOW! The elegance of the colors and the design is stunning! Did you color the silver flowers on the ornament on the right (first photo)? Or is the color reflecting from another source! I love the silver/white/blue Christmas color combo! The snowflakes on the third card are breathtaking!

    Dang it all that you missed the deadline for Merry Monday as these baubles would have been walking...or bouncing away with some red ribbons attached!

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  9. speechless........................................................................................................
    blue and white/silver ornament for christmas tree Oh My GOSH
    all are adorable and I am in love with your christmas Ornament/bubble its tooo romantic on that color..hugs, Monika

    PS: Die cut machine can help to make easy and lovely creations like your card..maybe I will save each penny each month to buy one Die cut machine
    and next other year each penny to buy the DIES...LOL

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  10. So striking, Carol ... the metallic ornaments shimmer so beautifully ... and your second card had me just staring ... the ornaments look almost quilted ... so luxurious and rich and textured! Hugs, Anita :)

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  11. Gorgeous cards!!! That is an awesome ornament die! I can't decide if i like the metallic ornaments or the matte ornaments!!

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  12. Youru blue ornametns are gorgeous Carol! Post after pot of awesome cards!

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  13. ga-ga-gorgeous! I love the blues here, big wow!

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  14. I just want to run my fingers over these cards, Carol, they look so beautifully texture. Love the colour combo. Thanks a lot for joining in with my Festive 48.

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  15. Such a lovely ornament - truly elegant cards!

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  16. Haha, I know the feeling of having drafted something, thinking, "Oh, this won't take long" and then somehow that transforms to "I'm already done in my brain". Then, when I have to post about the project, I realize with the accompanying panic attack that I only finished the card in my brain and not in real life ;) Yours look lovely and I'm glad you finished them and shared them with us – you once more show off your incredible talent of changing up little details and producing amazing cards with the same supplies. Love, love, love it!

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