I have made a huge batch of Christmas cards using Hunkydory’s Miracle of Christmas pack. This car is my favourite. It is not clear in the mage, but the frame around the main topper is raised on foam pads as it the sentiment.
Today’s card shows two delightful Mice Skaters who are pretty in pink! This digi is from
He is usually known for darker and more Gothic images and this digi could be coloured that way too, Ihave gone cute though! There is more pink inspiration on Creative Moments and you can enter the challenge there to win digistamps from Rick. The backing paper is from Hunkydory and the sentiment is made using a Die-ire die.
This week I have made a cards using a decorative sentiment from:
It does look like I have beautiful handwriting and am capable of wonderful calligraphy. Alas no…but who needs to? I printed and cut the sentiment digistamp and cut it out using a Spellbinder die. The card is assembled using Hunkydory “Bygone Times” elements and papers. Please take a look at the other DT inspiration and enter the challenge here.
The image used for today’s card is called Ratty and puts me in mind of the Terry Pratchett Character “Death of Rats”. Now I know this birthday card will not be to everyone’s tastes but this card is for my sister. She is a Discworld fanatic and will be tickled with this card.
The backing paper is from a Gorjuss collection and the sentiment from a Forever Friends black and Gold kit. The digistamp is available here.
The first card uses and was was coloured red using a Ruby Promarker before have glitter glued on. The backing paper is vintage Kanban, but it reminded me of the wicked witch’s guards.
Next, I have used Papermania capsule papers and embellishments in Wild Rose and used Promarkers to colour The balloon. Silver accents were used and i added a pink cross and congratulations sentiment so the card could be used for a church wedding or baptism.
Last but not least, Poppies! Simply coloured using Promarkers again, this image was cut out and mounted onto black which enhanced the littered black centre of the flower.