Thursday, December 18, 2014

Peace


Hello!  Diana here today to share you a card I made with one of the new digital cutting files from Quietfire Design.  I haven't used my Cricut in a long time but when I saw this Peace Digital Cutting File, I had to literally dust it off.  Totally worth it!  It's so elegant and the card came together very quickly. I cut the Peace twice, once in red card stock and another in gold metallic card stock.  I also used the holly from Feather and Holly Posey Card digital files.  After adding glossy accents to the holly leaves and setting it aside to dry, I used Spellbinders Resplendent Rectangles to frame my cuts.  To make the layers stand out more, I popped it up with foam tape and added a gold backing to the smaller layer.

Diana Nguyen, peace, Quietfire Design, digital cutting, Christmas, card

When I adhered the two Peace layers, I offset it a little bit so the gold would give it a shadow effect.  I also added some pearls in the corner - gotta have a little bit of bling for Christmas.  :)




Peace, Quietfire Digital Cutting File

Thanks so much for looking and don't forget to hop along the designers' blog for a chance to win!  Hope you are enjoying this Christmas season!



5 comments:

  1. DELIGHTFUL!!!
    I KNEW there was a really good reason why I have been writing letters to Santa, reminding him to keep me on the "nice" list and that a Cameo would be really happy creating at my house :)

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  2. lovely. Love that Peace word. Have a great day

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  3. Love the gold shadowing effect done on the "peace" word. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Beautiful card! Love the gold shadowing the red PEACE.

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  5. Diana, I don't have a digital cutter, but this Peace card makes it TEMPTING! It's a beautiful card. I love the resplendent rectangles, they are on my wish list for my birthday :)

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