Sunday, November 28, 2021

Color Hues #30 - SIlver and Gold

Color Hues has a great combination for this holiday season - silver and gold.  I made this card a week ago but got busy and didn't post it.  I'm doing it now before the deadline creeps any closer. 


I used a variety of paper with the Reverse Confeti Triangle Trees die.  With all the shine it was difficult to photograph so I added more from different angles.



The center tree is gold printed acetate, the silver on the left is white flocked, and the plain gold is glitter.  The sentiment from the same set is embossed in silver.  

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8 comments:

  1. Bobby, This Christmas card came out so well and I think you managed to capture the shimmer, texture and embossing well in your photos. Awesome card! Glad you found the time to complete this post and join us at Color Hues!

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  2. I love those geometric trees; need to put them on a wish list for next year! I love the patterns you chose for them. It's such a festive card! Thanks for joining us at Color Hues!

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  3. Great creation!!!
    groeten Ineke

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  4. I see all of that glorious shimmer and shine, Bobby! This is a marvelous card!

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  5. What a wonderful combination of silver and gold Christmas trees, Bobby! This looks like a winner to me!

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  6. A beautiful and very successful combination of pattern and color Bobby!
    Thanks for joining us at Color Hues ♥

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  7. Bobby I always love this tree from Reverse Confetti but they are so fun in solver and gold. I really like the shiny papers you used. Thank you for sharing with us at the Color Hues!

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  8. You know how much I love these simple little RC trees, but you've managed to make them even cuter in all of these different silvers, and golds! Really adorable - and great photography!
    =]

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