My card uses pink as requested by the Jingle Belles Challenge. I've also used a sketch from Freshly Made Sketches:
I liked the simplicity of the sketch and knew it would work for what I had in mind.
My base cardstock is Naturals White. Then I've added a layer of Melon Mambo and a layer of Watercolor Paper. I prepared the Watercolor Paper by giving it a wash with Melon Mambo, Strawberry Slush and Pink Pirouette inks. After that dried, I heat embossed the piece with the Festival of Trees using Silver embossing powder.
Then I took a piece of Vellum cardstock and attached a piece of Silver Glimmer paper and Pink Pirouette to the left side. Then I heat embossed the sentiment to the bottom of the vellum using Melon Mambo embossing powder. After that, I took another piece of Vellum cardstock and heat embossed a tree from the Festival of Trees onto that using Silver embossing powder. Once that had cooled, I used my Tree punch to cut that out. I attached the tree to the vellum using finely cut pieces of Dimensionals.
Once I had attached the vellum piece to the rest of the card, I used some Silver Dazzling Details around the perimeter of the vellum to continue the look of the Silver Glimmer paper. For a final touch, I added Rhinestones that I first coloured using my Melon Mambo Blendabilies marker.
For more pink breast cancer awareness Christmas cards, check out the Jingle Belles challenge.
For more cards using this sketch design, check out Freshly Made Sketches.
For more cards using vellum, check out the Around the World Stampin' Up! Challenge.