Wednesday, December 5, 2012

CottageCutz Sleigh Bells Ring

 Sleigh Bells Ring are you listening.  In the lane snow is glistening.  A beautiful sight, we're happy tonight.  Walking in a winter wonderland.  Today is a CottageCutz card made with the beautiful Holiday Sleigh die.
 Isn't this sleigh gorgeous.  I couldn't help but to die cut and just paint it with glue and glitter this with red glitter.  That's all you need to do to make this card "Glisten".  Just a quick tip:  when glittering images be sure to use card stock in the same color family as the glitter.  That way you will not have any unwanted paper color showing through your glitter and it gives it a nice even tone.
 I used Spellbinders Decorative Labels One to showcase my focal point.  The Martha Stewart Skyland Snowflake punched piece was sewn to the top.  The green glitter branch is from Michaels.  The Recollection Happy Holiday sentiment is also from Michaels.  Here is the die I used, you can find it here.


Thank you for stopping by today.  It's really appreciated.  Have a Happy Crafting day.  Hope your Holiday festivities are progressing well and that you are filled with Holiday Spirit!

10 comments:

Vladuška said...

This glitter really gives special holiday spirit to the card. Really beautiful work.

Audrey Ann said...

Love it Carol - your glittery Santa Sleigh and the other fun die cuts really make me want to sing the song :). Very cute!!

Marisa said...

Loving all the sparkle :) Great sleigh and pine sprig!

Olga said...

Absolutely gorgeous as always!!!!

Sherri said...

Love this one! And all the glitter is just icing on the cake! You can never have too much glitter, can you? The layout is just gorgeous!

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful card Carol.

greetings karin

Judy Rozema said...

Beautiful layout. I love all your layers and that sleigh is just gorgeous with all that sparkle!

Caroline D. said...

Beautiful card with great glittery goodness!!

Love crafts forever said...

So very cute, and i love that Green Branch.
Hugs Nataliya

Colleen Dietrich said...

Wow! I like that green branch very much. The tip you gave about using colored cardstock that is close to the glitter color is very, very smart. I've made plenty of mistakes doing it the opposite way! LOL