Sunday, 20 December 2015

Holographic Bells

Hello everyone!! It's time for a new week inspiration here at the Unstampabelles. Our current theme is 'Sparkle' and the twist is to make us smile. Please remember not the use stamps :)


I recently bought a pack of holographic sheets from the local Dollar Tree. It had both foiled sheets and holographic sheets in colors of gold, red, silver and blue. I was planning to use them for Christmas cards. Well, I finally got the chance. I cut it on my cricut. I don't remember from where I got the bells cut file, but I have it on my Cricut design space for a long time. I cut the bells in red and used kraft card base.


I made another one with grey and silver. The sentiment is hand written on both.

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7 comments:

  1. WOW it looks so cool. I have a few sheets I have been hoarding for years!! YOu have inspired me to try them out!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  2. Great technique to use holographic sheets! So wonderful cards! :)
    Suchi xx

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  3. Both cards are very pretty Berina. I hope your festive season brings you joy. Wynn xxx

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  4. Beautiful creations love your colours. We only just got back from vacation and thought I'd have a bit of a play with images. I wasn't going to publish till the new year but accidentally pressed publish instead of draft so here I am....no more though till the 1st January. Have a wonderful Christmas and hugs to you...xx {aNNie}

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  5. Lovely cards Berina. Holographic bells look cool.

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  6. Great idea.. are these sheets similar to the holographic gift wrapping sheets?

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    1. Thank you EsVee. Yes, these sheets are much smaller. I think they'll be around 10x10

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