Color Fusers Blog Hop for December 2019

Welcome to our Color Fusers Blog Hop for December! Today we have a cool combo of Silver, Seaside Spray, and Blueberry Bushel to share! For my card, I created glittery silver snowflakes on a background of Seaside Spray script, embellished with Seaside Spray ribbon and Blueberry Bushel rhinestones.

This card uses a combination of products from both the Annual and Holiday Catalogs. My background stamp is from the Very Versailles stamp set, and the Blueberry Bushel rhinestones are from the Noble Peacock Rhinestones, both from the Annual Catalog. The snowflakes were cut from the Christmas Layers Dies and the ribbon is the Seaside Spray 1/4″ Metallic Ribbon, both of which can be found in the Holiday Catalog. Shimmery White cardstock was used as my white. The extra shimmer adds a nice touch to this card, and is my favorite white to use for Christmas and Holiday cards!

Measurements for this card are as follows:

Blueberry Bushel cardstock base: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored at 4-1/4 inches and folded in half)

Shimmery White cardstock top layer: 4 x 5-1/4 inches

Silver Glimmer Paper piece for snowflakes: 4 x 4 inches (cut all three snowflake pieces from the same piece)

I finished this card by adding a shimmery white insert with a holiday greeting from the #Elfie stamp set (not shown), stamped some snowflakes on a white envelope, and now it’s ready to send! I hope you like it!

Thank you for visiting today! Please continue to the next stop on our hop, which is Melanie Hockin’s page. You can get there by clicking HERE or by clicking the image below.

Thanks again, and Happy Holidays!


Here is our full line up for December:

Bonnie O’Neill

Tami Hewlett

Melissa Kerman

Sarah Wills

Barb Mullikin

Jo Anne Hewins

Kelly Acheson

Nicolle Belesimo (YOU ARE HERE)

Melanie Hockin

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