Friday, October 26, 2012

Gingerbread House

 Happy Friday!!  It's time for another challenge on the Christmas Stampin' All Year Long blog: Use Circles.  Our sponsor for this week is Meljen Designs and the winner will get to choose 4 of their adorable images.  How great is that?!
The Meljen's image that I got to use this week is this adorable Gingerbread House.  Their images are all so cute.  I love all the ones I have.  It was really fun to color and then to glitter.  Yep, I got a bit carried away with the glitter, but it's so sparkly and beautiful.  So, I started off with the idea to glitter the green gumdrops because gumdrops are glittery.  Then it just went on from there--it even carried over to the snowflake.  I just couldn't help it. : )
Remember that I said the challenge this week is to use circles?  Well, I had to stretch a bit on this one, but my card does contain circles: the lollipops and mint "wreath" in the image; the rhinestone on the snowflake and even the ends of some of the embossed snowflakes.  So how do you interpret this challenge?  I would love to see your take on it.  Hop over to the CSAYL blog, check out the other DT projects and play along.

Christmas Card Challenge #47--bows
House of Gilli #44--emboss it
Sweet Stop Sketches #181--sketch with a twist: be inspired by a book or movie (My inspiration is Hansel and Gretel with their yummy candy house)

Stamps: Meljen's Designs "Gingerbread House" digital image; Verve "Ornamental Christmas"
Paper: Basic Grey
Embossing folders/punches/dies: Cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder; Martha Stewart Snowflake punch; spellbinders label 4 die
Ribbon, aluminum tape, rhinestone (Kaiser Kraft) and lots and lots of glitter!!!  Martha Stewart (orange, blue, purple, green) SU! dazzling diamonds


Patty Chalas said...

Your card is so cute Heather!! TFS

chrissy xx said...

OH! I LOve all your glitter Heather.
The cutest of cute stamps.
FABulous colours too.