Endless wishes by Stampin’ Up …

Hi and welcome to my blog. It’s time for a colour challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown I opted for a splash of red to add to the black and white scheme …

 Endless wishes and ornament keepsakes by Stampin-Up



I hope you like my card for this week. The girls on the Design Team have created lots of lovely cards to inspire you, so hop on over to the 52 Christmas Card Throwdown challenge blog to take a look.

 Want to make this blog colours

stamps: endless wishes, ornament keepsakes;

inks: black stazon, versamark;

cardstock: whisper white, basic black;

punches: large oval, medium oval, 1/8” circle;

accessories:  white embossing powder, real red grosgrain ribbon, silver cord from my stash;

All supplies from Stampin’ Up unless otherwise stated. 

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Thanks for dropping by today


10 Comments to “Endless wishes by Stampin’ Up …”

  1. Love this – and thanks for sharing. Question – where have you used the 1/8 inch circle??? Thanks in advance x

    • Hi Angela. It might be difficult to see in the photo, but I punched a small hole at the top of the ornament to thread the silver cord through and then just tied in a bow. Hope that helps, Gill xx

  2. Love the colour combo, one of my favourites. Must admit it took a few minutes to find where the small hole was. Very clever xx

  3. Love black, red and white, very rich looking. Silver cord is nice touch to this lovely card.

  4. Gill – this is fabulous – beautifully elegant. I love the pop of red on the black and white. Great card xx

  5. Elle est super classe Gill, très chic, les opposer noir blanc, blanc noir et le ruban rouge met cet ensemble en valeur, biz

  6. Gorgeous! So striking and elegant – love it!! Xx

  7. love the layout of your classic Christmas card

  8. Gill, this card is a shining example of stunning classic elegance! Everything about it is fantastic – the white embossing on the black and the rich feeling imparted by the red. Amazing job, my friend! 🙂

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