Bright Baubles and Merry & Bright

Yesterday I offered a Blog Candy Giveaway for the Bright Baubles Bundle. Brian’s Bright Baubles Bundle Blog Candy Giveaway – say that five times fast! There’s still time to leave a comment on that past for a chance to win the bundle (even if you commented yesterday) – to enter, CLICK HERE.

As promised yesterday, I’ve created another project that showcases this fun bundle, and I’m happy to share it with you today. While the other projects (showcased in yesterday’s post) showcase the amazing Delicate Baubles Dies, today’s project also showcases the coordinating Bright Baubles stamp set. Here’s my card:

Bright Baubles Bundle, Stampin Up!, Brian KingThe ornament and sentiment are pulled from the Bright Baubles Bundle, which I’m giving away in my Blog Candy Giveaway this weekend. Here’s a look at this bundle that I’ve enjoyed FAR MORE than I expected I would (and I still have some ideas brewing):

Bright Baubles Bundle, Stampin Up! 156384I didn’t add a lot of color to the large ornament on the face of my card, but the technique for adding the color is worth mentioning. I stamped the ornament with Cherry Cobbler ink on Poppy Parade cardstock and cropped it with the Delicate Baubles Die from the bundle. I colored select elements of the ornament with my Poppy Parade and Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Blends to give a little depth to the beautiful image. Here’s a closer look:

Bright Baubles Bundle, Stampin Up!, Brian KingI hung my ornament on a Shaded Spruce pine branch from the Christmas Pinecone Dies, part of the Christmas to Remember Bundle, and framed it with a gorgeous panel from the Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper. I added a Cherry Cobbler bow for good measure. Here’s a look at the Christmas to Remember Bundle:

Christmas to Remember Bundle, Stampin Up!, 156806And here’s a look at the colors and patterns in the Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper:

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Bundles: Bright Baubles  Stamp Sets: Bright Baubles  Papers: Painted Christmas, Poppy Parade, Shaded Spruce, Cherry Cobbler, Basic White  Inks: Cherry Cobbler, Versamark, Stampin’ Blends (Poppy Parade, Cherry Cobbler)  Accessories: Delicate Baubles Dies, Christmas Pinecone Dies, White Stampin’ Emboss Powder, Heat Tool, Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals, Stampin’ Dimensionals

Thanks for stopping by today!

Brian

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13 Comments

  1. What a pretty card! I am impressed with the vision you have to assemble so many layers of color and pattern. My biggest challenge is choosing elements for a design. Well done, Brian!

  2. Beautiful card Brian and love the use of traditional colors!

  3. Beautiful card Brian and love the use of traditional colors!

  4. Love love how you did your ornament ! I forget to stamp colors on colored cardstock !
    Pretty pretty pretty !

  5. Wow, love the layout and that big ornament in red! Great card!

  6. So perfectly Christmas!

  7. Oh , I love that Christmas card my friend, I need to get that for this
    It’s so pretty, ,
    Tfs ♥️
    Hope all is well, it’s ok over here , ♥️♥️♥️
    Just lost another brother yesterday, oh boy ,
    Hello to you all ,
    Hugs Frenchie ♥️♥️♥️♥️

  8. Always good ideas and great color combos from you.

  9. This is a terrific design! I love the balance of the large ornament against the smaller scale of the DSP. Even the way you balanced the large red ornament against the bold dark green is stunning. It all comes together in a really appealing visual design. Well done!

  10. Love this card!

  11. Very pretty card. Love the technique of stamping one color over another similar color. Enjoy your day!

  12. Such a pretty card, and so traditional. This set could be used year after year!

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