Sunday, November 25, 2012

Jinglebellabella

An oldie but a goodie... and another Christmas card for the growing pile.  I used my Copics to colour up Jinglebellabella from Stamping Bella for this one:


I used the Spellbinder rectangle die for the image and then layered onto pieces cut with my new faux stitching die from Lil Inker Designs.  I also used the MFT fancy flourish & Spellbinders Classic Edges one for the scallop border. 

Added lots of pearls, some velvet & satin ribbon... and of course glitter.

I thought the sentiment from Penny Black on the inside went well with this little Bella image. 

Quick post from me tonight, it's a busy week coming up and wanted to share another card before crazy-town took over.  Wishing you all a great week!!  Meet you back here for Bellariffic Friday (sketch challenge in post below).

Till next time,
Carla.

7 comments:

Gabriela said...

Carla - those faux stitched dies are fantastic! The die-cut flourishes and pearl flourishes just bowled me over. The coarse "glitter" is perfect for the trim on Jinglebella's coat. I'd love to know what brand it is or where to find it. I hope you have a good week.

Crafty Lark said...

Hello Carla, fabulous happy card, love your layering, I like your new die effect, haven't heard of that design but there are so many now and cannot keep buying too many dies. Hope you get some relaxing time. xx Flora

Vicki Garrett said...

Absolutely Delicious Woman!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

princess said...

YOur cards are so beautiful-they should be giftwrapped in a Tiffany's box!! Love it all-you finishe your cards so nicely!!

Susan said...

Very nice! The layout goes with her energy, doesn't it. I hope you have a good week!

Pauline said...

Wow, another fabulous holiday card.
You have a way with those dies Carla.
Great layout, it really works well with this image. Love all the finishing details.

Tammi said...

Fun, festive and beautiful!! Love those pearls, nice addition!