The challenge at the Jingle Belles is a Cardstock Christmas (I hope Acetate is allowed), so not even a scrap of patterned paper is allowed. I did have this idea last challenge for clear but of course I ran out of time to make it but I was planning on using the idea sometime and it was just sooner than I expected to make it.
Acetate cards are nearly impossible to photograph The birch trees, cardinal and stag are from Impression Obsession. I was lucky to have reverse dies to make the snowbanks in my stash, first time using them for what they are intended. The sentiment was cut in white and shadowed in black.
I also photographed it with a white background, at least the reflections are not as noticeable.
A closer look and I added snowbanks to the back for the sentiment and backed it as well to put my logo on it, it also provides stability to the acetate.
I'm entering this in:
The Jingle Belles Rock ~~ A Cardstock Christmas.
Thanks for dropping by today and have an awesome week.
Oh how lovely! This takes CAS to a new level of elegant minimalism and is the perfect showcase for your cardstock diecut landscape! So pleased you could join our Cardstock Christmas celebration at Jingle Belles!
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