Happy New Year!!

Inspired by the gals at Friday Mashup, I've made a card to play along!! (I know, it's been a really long time!)
So, here is my card that celebrates the new year and sparkles!

The top right firework is supposed to be black...its showing up this odd gold color in the picture.  (sorry, couldn't fix that) I really wanted to stick with the traditional black, gold, and silver colors and be as simple as possible. I really like how the different textures and layers add contrast.

Supplies: Stampin' Up (unless noted)
Basic black textured cardstock
Whisper white card stock
July fourth stamp set
Dazzling diamonds glitter gel and glitter (helped the glue dry faster)
Fancy label punch
Delightful Dozen stamp set
Gold embossing powder, Versa-mark, soft suede ink
WOW white twinkle and black sparkle embossing powder
Cuttlebug polka dots embossing folder

Hope you all had a fabulous holiday season and heres to an amazing 2012!
Have a stamp-tastic day!

Comments

  1. Jayme, its so great to have you playing along!

    Love the different textures and the layers are great---it definitely gives the look of fireworks popping off the page!

    With the temps today stamping was definitely a good thing to do :)

    Thanks for playing along with the Friday Mashup!

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  2. Happy New Year Jayme,

    Lovely to see you playing with us again. Your card is so lovely, lots of sparkle, I love those fireworks stamps.

    Cheers,
    Kasey ~ in Oz
    Friday Mashup DT

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  3. Welcome back! I think you did great with this cxard...great blend of texture, and the classic colors look great! Thanks for playing the Friday Mashup!

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  4. Welcome back you know we missed you!! This came out so pretty and very festive, I love the black, Silver and Gold look.Great idea with the fireworks. Thanks for joining us at the Friday Mashup.

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  5. I love all the circles - very bubbly! Thanks for playing with us at the Mashup this week.

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  6. What fun! I pulled that stamp set out and couldn't figure out what to do with it! Great job!

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