Friday, 7 November 2014

Merry Monday #133

EDITED : HONORABLE MENTION AT MERRY MONDAY CHRISTMAS;
TOP THREE AT THE KRAFT JOURNAL
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So glad it's Friday already.  The inspiration that I got from this photo is all about natural colour.

For this card, the background base is stenciled in white with craft emotion stars.  Then the acetate is dotted with some glitters.  The die cut is from memory box which is cut twice - once in kraft and the back is black to create some shadow on the card.  Lastly the sentiment is stamped with HA.

I am entering this into Penny Black and MoreThe Kraft 
Journal, and Time Out Challenge.




Thanks for stopping by and have great day!


23 comments:

Anja Curvers said...

This is awesome love this card great what you did with that acetate.

brenda said...

The acetate at the top gives an almost 3D effect Lai-Yoke and hint of shadow to the Deers really lists them from your card. Lovely work.

Thank you for joining in at Penny Black and More this month.

B

Annette Allen said...

wow your amazing.. this is gorgeous

Monika Reeck said...

Lai Yoke this is woooowwwww I ADORE THIS amazing and great idea and lovely colors all in one..you are nailed the challenge...good luck my friend and thanks for your last visit...miss your encouragement...hope you and the kids all sehat..selamat malam :)
hugs, Monika

Greta said...

I always admire how you use acetate & here's another gorgeous example! Beautifully done, Lai-Yoke!

sandie said...

Amazing design-great use of acetate and love all the natural colours. Thanks for joining us at TIME OUT Challenges

Anita in France said...

Such a peaceful scene, Lai-Yoke ... the dimension you created with the shadow behind the deer is fabulous and the white stamped stars and glitter are lovely! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)

Rosemary said...

what a clever and unique design, lai-yoke! and I agree with greta, you really have a way with acetate!

Nicole Parmentier said...

Awesome design with the acetate! I love christmas cards in craft, they give that homespun feeling that makes them so natural. Just beautiful!

Jessi Fogan said...

What a neat shadow effect! Love the acetate & the stamped stars!

Shona Chambers said...

How incredible, the acetate is extremely clever and love how you can see the stars in the background. Those deer caught my eyes straight away too, they look brilliant in the kraft cardstock. Very, very happy you joined us at TIME OUT!!

Karren said...

This is so cool! The shadow behind the deer really make them stand out. Thanks so much for joining us at Merry Monday.

Allison Kostiuk said...

Stunning card. I love your star background, it really adds to your design!

Marsha said...

Great card. Love the Kraft with white embossing and the deer cut outs. Good idea backing with black. I must save this acetate idea. Thanks for entering in the Kraft Journal challenge.

Brian King said...

Gorgeous depth and texture! I love these little guys. Thanks for playing along with this week's Merry Monday Challenge.

Katie Melhus said...

This is great! Love the shadowed deer on that acetate! Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday!

Kristie Goulet said...

LOVE this!!!

Gerrina said...

Beautiful combination with the kraft and so fitting the challenge! Thank you for taking the TIME OUT and join us!

Cat's sCrap said...

Very original ! Beautiful cuts and magnificent Game of transparency !
I like !!!

Hugs from France.
Catherine.

Tracy said...

Lovely creation. Love the image. Thanks for joining Penny Black & More challenge. Good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Nonni said...

WOW. This is simply stunning, no wonder this card has been doing so well in challenges! I love your use of acetate and the "shadow die cut" was a brilliant idea. Thanks for taking TIME OUT and joining us!

Kim M said...

Oh my! I hadn't seen this on my previous visit. It's stunning! Love the use of acetate and living the kraft! Awesome! :-)

Martha said...

Hi, Lai-Yoke! My computer has crashed, once again. I have access to my dear husband's computer for a short while, tonight, so thought I'd drop in to leave you a quick comment.

I love this card you've created. Every detail is simply perfect. Beautifully done!