Another Christmas card from me today and I have stamped an image then coloured in the buldings and sky using Promarkers. An iconic image such as ths suits a CAS card and that is what I have gone for, mouting imy topper using foam pads onto a A6 card.
Christmas Stampin’ All Year Long – Anything Goes
Daring Cardmakers – Clean and Simple
Fairy Tale – Clean & Simple
Frosted Designs Friday Challenge – Include Stamping
As You Like it Challenge – Favorite Season and Why
Penny’s Paper-Crafty – Christmas or Children
Allsorts – Early Christmas Makes
Simon Says Stamp – Anything Goes
Hiding in my Craft Room – Freestyle!
Crafting At the Weekend – Anything Goes
Crafty Calendar – Anything Goes
Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas – show people
Leona x x
This is a beautiful digistamp from Delicious Doodles. She is coloured with Promarkers and Spectrum Noirs in the colours of the Berkeley Hunt, local to me. The papers are from an American Crafts digikit called Hello Sunshine.
I love Christmas and feel that those who say that it’s mainly for the children are missing out! I make lads of Christmas cards each year but I do like sending ones which have a reference to the ‘reason for the season’.
I made this Christmas card using a rubber stamped image coloured with Promarkers and a sentiment stamp from the same set. I bought the set for last Christmas but didn’t get around to using it. Having see the stamped results, I think I’ll be making a few of these this year.
We have always had labradors 2 yellow ones and now a black lab. My younger son calls yellow labs “white chocolate labradors”, which I think is a much better name. So here is a card with 2 of these wonderful dogs in decoupage. I think this might find it’s way to my husband for his next birthday.
I have had the die-cut sheet for such a long time that I don’t even remember who produced the kit!
I am on a bit of a roll at the moment and managing to post every day. Today’s creation is a card made with a Saturated Canary image. The backing papers are various (non-matching) bits from my stash and the sentiment is from Hunkydory.
I love this sassy steampunk image from Kenny K and have used it a few times for cards now. Today I have mounted it onto a mat cut with my favourite Spellbinders die and then onto a kraft card. The sentiment is from Docrafts Wellington collection and the gems are from my stash. Red is my favourite colour and I love this combination with brown/kraft.