I chose to use the octagon card cut file. The set includes the card shapes as well as just the card fronts (if you want a traditional square or rectangle card). There are several layers to this card shape. The base was cut using a tan card stock and the second layer was cut with a light blue card stock. I printed one of the designer papers onto white card stock and then used that to cut the top layer. I chose the scalloped inside (there is also a plain edged one) to frame the image. I used a pre-colored image from the Canadian Goose set. I absolutely fell in love with this color scheme. It's masculine, but with more subtle colors. You can't tell from the picture, but the frames have been lifted using foam sticky dots in two sizes, so there is a lot of dimension to the card. The sentiment, also from the set, was printed on white card stock, with a black card stock mat. The branches are from a punch and I used gold glitter, silver glitter, white and light blue card stock. Once I arranged them on top of each other, I added a black goosebump crystal at the base of each one. To finish the card, I added black crystals angled under the focal image. Here are images of the sets I used for this card.
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I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday Challenge #163 - anything goes
The Outlawz Thursday Twist Challenge - anything goes
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - anything goes
Friends of Speedy TV Monday Challenge #147 - blue and silver
613 Avenue Create Challenge #103 - anything goes
The Kraftyhands December Challenge - no squares allowed
Send A Smile for Kids - winter fun for kids
Sweet Stampin' Challenge - anything goes
Sweet 7 Designs Challenge #8 - winter
C.R.A.F.T. Challenge #291 - anything goes
Creative Knockouts Challenge #69 - anything goes
Cute Card Thursday Challenge #353 - anything goes