Sunday, 29 November 2009
Friday, 27 November 2009
This is such a simple card but I love the effect of the gold embossing powder on the mink pearl card. Both the flourish and the greeting are from the Flourish Snowman Inkadinkado set.Even simpler still......I repeat stamped this tree using a Whispers brush pen (not sure what the colour is meant to be) and used the same pen for the message. I then scribbled over the trees with a Quickie Glue pen and glittered. Such a pretty display.
Last one for tonight. I stamped, coloured and cut a lot of the wee meeces and friends from the Winter Tales collection over several nights. I love this card......clean and crisp.
Thursday, 26 November 2009
Monday, 9 November 2009
This card is an Elzybells stamp and greeting, the backing paper is from a CD but one I had left over from last year so I have no idea which one.
The final card is my first attempt with Distress Ink pads. I used Faded Jeans and blended it round the edge using Cut n Dry. I then stamped around the edge with an Inkadinkado stamp from the Filigree Snowman set using a Versamark ink pad and dusted the image with Perfect Pearls. I overstamped the corners and the the Filigree Snoman in the middle with Faded Jeans. Not sure if I like this. Comments please..............
Tuesday, 3 November 2009
Sunday, 1 November 2009
This image is matted onto some purple holographic card and I used the same holographic as the base matt on the card itself. The snowflakes are printed from the Winter Tales CD. The finishing greeting is from Elzybells.
This card is stamped with some Cute Companions snowflakes using white Stazon. I dotted some crystal glitter glue in the centres for some added bling. The red card itself has a small silver fleck in it which inspired me to get my Moonshadow Misters from Lindy's Stamp Gang out to add a little something. As I have said before I don't have any Nesties so I used my premade template to create the shaped layers. I am into sqaure cards at the moment and just love this shape. The greeting is also from Elzybells.