Woven Words Winter card

The challenge this week at Blessings Ink is to make a card using text as a background, and I will say that amuse studio sells some of the best text paper I've seen, but I did not happen to have any of the Christmas paper handy, and I wanted to stamp, so I practiced stamping small phrases in patterns.  I wasn't getting the results I wanted, so I ended up cutting the phrases into strips and weaving them.
The patterned paper is from a double-sided stack I bought at Michaels; the tree paper is actually the back of the background paper.  A bling star on top and a tiny touch of glitter pen on the holly added just enough to appease my need to make it sparkle.

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 Juliet Arrighi

8 comments:

Myrna said...

What a great idea, weaving makes such a statement.
Myrna

Asha said...

This really is a gorgeous project for Christmas. Clever idea to weave the words. Thanks for joining the Polka Doodles Challenge.
xxx Asha Sunny Summer Crafts

Bev said...

What a different idea, thanks for joining in the fun over at polkadoodles

Zippy said...

What a fantastic idea, love it! Thank you for playing along at Crafty Little Fairies xxx

Vickie Y said...

Very creative weave; adorable card. Thank you for playing along with us at Crafting When We Can Make It Sparkle Challenge.

Rebekah said...

Lovely work Thanks for playing with us at Polkadoodles hugs Rebekah xx

Marlies said...

A very good idea, very original and beautiful made! Thanks for joining us at ATSC, Marlies

Bo said...

Beautiful card and wonderful design! Thanks for playing along with us at Crafting When We Can Challenges! Hugs, Bo