Monday, October 24, 2016

Geometric Christmas Card

Hi everybody,

When I think of geometric, besides the geometric shapes like circle, square, triangles ..etc I think of graph paper.  For the current A Blog Named Hero challenge - Geometric card, I used the Hero Arts Canvas Strip stamp with the help of my MISTI I create a plaid pattern panel with Barn Door and Peeled Paint distress ink.

Then I die cut using MFT stitched square scallop die and adhere onto brick red pattern paper panel.  Next I white heat embossed holly leaves (from Hero Arts Coffee Cup Tags clear set) and sentiment (from Hero Arts Winter Cheer Tag Set by Lia), and added a pretty geometric looking Christmas tree - stamp in Peeled Paint (from Hero Arts 3D House Essentials clear set).  And the whole panel goes onto a white card base.

I am linking up these challenges:

October Challenge at A Blog Named Hero - Geometric

Addicted to Stamps and More: Anything Goes

Happy Little Stamps October Anything Goes with Die Challenge

Thanks for stopping by.  I wish you a lovely day!!


Greta said...

What a fun design, Cindy--festive & so pretty!

Kathy S said...

You have made an excellent geometric card using your dies. Great idea and a lovely holiday card. Thanks for sharing this with us at A Blog Named Hero. Best to you and good luck on your entry.

Asha said...

What a lovely project, Cindy! Brilliant idea for a geometric design. Thanks for joining us at ATSM.
x Asha

Amy Seigler said...

What a fun design you've made! Great use of dies. Thanks for playing with us at HLS!

Barb Ghig said...

Oh my gosh, your plaid pattern is so pretty, Cindy! I love how you angled the square scallops to create frames, and your little tree is so sweet! Such a lovely card!

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Such a pretty card - who would have thought plaid can look so good?!!! Thanks, Cindy for playing with us at HLS!