Sunday, March 15, 2009

A Glittered Chandelier

I created this card in keeping with the Cuttlebug Challenge this week of using glitter.

I mounted this sticker by Hambly on cardstock then glittered it. I then kept the card very simple to emphasize the chandelier. It does look more glittery in real life than it appears in the photo.

I used the swirls embossing folder underneath then the just my type embossing edge on either side. On the inside of the card I've stamped 'Hang In There'.

I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out.


Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh this has my name written all over it! So beautiful. I love it.

Mrs J said...

Roseanne, this is simply stunning! The chandelier is gorgeously glittered and looks beautiful and I love the Kraft and white look! Thanks for playing along with us at
Hugs Mrs Jx

Maggie said...

This is simply stunning, luv the elegant look of the card.
Thank you for participating.

Amber said...

Roseanne I LOVE your card!!! So elegant and beautiful! What a great job with glittering, and embossing, it's just beautiful! I'm really into chandeliers for scrapping at the moment...take a peak at my Be Inspired Wednesday card this week;)

Shannon said...

WOW! Love that glitter!!!! Thanks for playing with us.

dannisdoodles said...


thank you for the beautiful inspiration over @

Meda said...

I love this card. you created beauty with a simple layout.
Thank you for playing with us at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog

Hilde Larsen aka. Tindaloo said...

Really sleek and beautiful card :)

Cassie said...

oh wow!! this is awesome!!! i can just imagine how sparkly it is in real life!!
congrats on being one of our glitter winners!
Cuttlebug Challenge

Captain Scrappy said...

What a beautiful, simple card! Love the sparkly chandelier!

itsabrt said...

Beautiful job, you truly are a winner great job! BR-T

Regina said...

Congrats! Wonderful card - simple and so effective!

Meda said...

Congratulations on winning the Cuttlebug Be Inspired #22
I hope to see more of your lovely cards for the next challenges.