Sunday 4 December 2016

Glisten & Sparkle

Evening All,  it's been a while since my last post  but I've made time this weekend to create a card for the latest Indigoblu Challenge. 

The Christmas theme also fits in with several other challenges I've entered which are:-

The background was created by using Indigoblu Acrylic Paints - Coastal Walk, Kingfisher Blue, Sleeping Beauty and Goldfinger. I also added Luscious Blue and Bronze. 
The stars were added through the Indigoblu Star stencil in Goldfinger. Unicorn Sparkles were sprinkled over the Super Thick Slap it On which was stencilled through the stars.
The reindeer was from the Winterland Wood stamp set and this was stamped onto black card with Flitterglu and I added Lancashire Rose Mega Flake

The Christmas Wishes sentiment was stencilled with Raven Black Acrylic Paint and highlighted with white Posca pen 
The blue and gold background was torn at the bottom and mat and layered onto a white square card to give the effect of a snowy background. This was also mounted onto a craft card 150mm square card blank.The reindeer was cut out and adhered off-centre to create the main focal point.

Links to products used


Enjoy the remainder of your day!



  1. Fantastic card ! Thank you for joining us over at Country View Challenges !
    Corrie x

  2. Beautiful Carolyn, the stag is so majestic. Thanks for joining in with the IndigoBlu blog challenge. Good Luck xx

  3. Oh wow, the stag really comes into his own. Fabulous card, thanks for joining us in the IndigoBlu challenge

  4. What a lovely card, I love the gold.Thanks for joining us over at Country View for our Christmas challenge x

  5. Beautifull, I love the golden deer !

  6. This is stunning Carolyn - I love that sky and the stag looks wonderful too - thanks for joining us at the Indigo Blu challenge and good luck! Hugs rachel x

  7. lovely Xmas card!!! thanks for joining in with us at MMCC :)

  8. Love how that golden goodness adds such an elegant touch to your card. Thanks so much for joining us at the MMCC this busy time of year!