Tuesday, June 28, 2011

New Release by JustRite! Christmas Trimmings!

Good morning to you! JustRite has a whole new slew of things coming out for Christmas AND Halloween! For the next week, I will have lots to share with you! The first set is called, Christmas Trimmings. It is such a pretty set and the minute I saw it, I thought of doors and iron gates decorated with wreathes and swags during the season.

I decided to create an iron gate using my Ornamental Iron cartridge and my Cricut Expression. It was cut at 5" and I used the shadow and layer functions. The tag was cut using the Sentimental's cartridge at 1 1/4". The wreath and swag were colored with Copic Markers, cut out, and glossy accents applied. The red "berries" were actually cream colored pearls that I made red by coloring them with the Copic marker.
I backed the wreath with a Martha Stewart doily. I cut out the center so the gate would peek through. I added a bit of gold cording from SU! and a Prima flower. The "snow" was created with texture paste and glitter.

Be sure to see what the rest of the DT did with this fabulous new set!

JustRite Inspiration

Kellie Fortin

Michele Kovack

Kathy Jones

Stephanie Kraft

Have a wonderful sunshine filled day! : )


Regina said...

Beautiful job. Love the layout and all the details.

Unknown said...

This is absolute beautiful. Great use of the stamp set.

Kim R said...

Once again you have WOWed me with your design! It is Beautiful!

Unknown said...

What a fun and fabulous card, Michele! Love this sweet winter scene!

Carla said...

Michelle, this is absolutely exquisite! I'll bet you plan to make 100 of them, right?;)

Emily said...

Beautiful card! It is hard to think of Christmas already, but it is always closer than I think!

Barbara Schram said...

Wowsers, Michele! Your card is spectacular! The gate is perfect! Hope you have a great day!

Ami said...

Beautiful! I love the card. I wish I could come up with things so beautiful too. :)

Auntie Em said...

This is amazing!! I love the garland and wreath. They look so festive hanging on that fence!
Thanks for sharing! :)