Welcome to the HKC blog so glad to see you. Today is inspired mood board Sunday and have been inspired by the amazing mood board designed by Anke Kramer.
The soft red and pink tones with a touch of glitter just love it! For the glitter on this layout I used the Nuvo glimmer paste. This glimmer paste is from the November 2020 color kit. I like to use older products with the new ones.I start on a piece of 12×12 white cardstock and use the beautiful red dye ink designed by Catherine Pooler from the November 2021 Hip Kits color kit. I apply the red dye ink to a clear background stamp and make several prints on the white cardstock and add some red spatters.
I cut out the beautiful cutfile “Bright” by using my Cricut machine. This is an exclusive HKC cutfile. I colored the title Bright with the same red dye ink and used a blending tool. I backed up the cutfile with light pink cardstock. I apply some Nuvo glimmer paste on the edges of the cutfile just like the stars. I placed the cutfile in the center of my mixed media background. I stamp several words from the November 2021 stamp set. I love how that looks. I cut a light pink design paper to size and placed it under the mixed media backgound. Love the two chipboard frames under the cutfile title. I make a cluster of strips of design paper and die-cuts on the left side of the chipboard frames. Look at this gorgeous Christmas tree that I stamped from the awesome November 2021 stamp set. I stiched the tree with red sewing thread just like the design paper strokes.I love all the pretty embellishments from the November kits like the puffy stickers, die-cuts, bows, word strips and chipboard elements. So much to decorate your Christmas projects. I placed the acetate figures half under my chipboard frame and used a star punch and punched out several stars from the pink/red cardstock and placed them in different places on my layout.
I want to thank you for visiting for the HKC blog today and hope I was able to inspire you with this Christmas layout. I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas with your loved ones and hope to see you back on the blog next time. Big Hugs, Jo