The adorable twinkle twinkle sediment is NBUS from Technique Tuesday. I embossed it with gold.
For the card above I made my star from the giant "Ink Spash" by Neat and Tangled. I hope it's not just me who sees a star in this ink splat. ? I could be more sensitive than you are with these things because of all the monthly Rorschach ink splat tests I have to take during my psyciatic checkups.
Because I'm also finding this card to be very festive and I haven't been able to play there lately, I'm also entering the current CASology challenge where the cue card word is "Festive."
And I've just discovered that there is a wonderful one-layer CAS Christmas card challenge going on over at City Crafter Challenge, so I'm linking there, as well!
My second card is a bit more conventional:
I used the same twinkle sediment and gave it a background comet splash using my watercolors after stamping one of the splats from My Favorite Thing's "Jumbo Abstract Art." The exploding star is from a set called "Sprinkled Expressions" by SU.
The eagle-eyed among you may recognize the card bases for my two cards today. It's the same paper you see used in the winning cards crafted by the uber-talented card artist Anita in France. Thank you, Anita, for bringing some of your exquisite paper for the BABES to share! (Speaking of Anita, wait until you see the unique and dashing tag she created for her post today!!)
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