Warm Winter Wishes


Hi, today I have a card to share with you using a stamp from Inkadinkado. I stamped the image and coloured it with Copic Markers before adding Glossy Accents to the eyes, holly leaves and carrot nose. The background paper I used is from K and Company. I made some texture paste using a tutorial by Pamellia Johnson, which can be found Here, and spread it through a Tim Holtz 'Honeycomb' stencil. The recipe for the home made texture paste is by far the best that I have tried so please pop on over and take a look for yourself as the cards and projects there are amazing. The ornate frame was cut from white card on my Silhouette and sprayed with Pearl Mist Spray. The Kraft card base was also cut using my Silhouette and edged with clear glitter. I have also made a Poinsettia and Holly leaves using a die set from Crafts- Too from Kraft Core card stock, to which I added even more texture paste. I also added more texture paste to the edge of the image and to the felt and metal snowflake embellishments. I finished the card with some lace and pearls from my stash, which I inserted underneath the Snowman. The card is 8 x 8 inches. 

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Hope you like it and thanks for stopping by.
         Sally.

Comments

  1. Holy cow! I don't know what to say!! This is one of the prettiest Christmas cards I have ever seen Sally!! That frame, wow! Oh my goodness your glitter paste turned out fantastic and I love how you added some around the image to look like snow! I just knew that you would do my recipe proud!! Thank you for the kind words, you are such a sweetheart! I love the bit of lace you wound through the image, clever idea and your snowflakes are gorgeous!

    I can't stop looking at it! Just spectacular Sally! What a wonderful way to start my day!! Big crafty hugs my friend! :)

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  2. very very nice card!
    hello from USA
    bibiana

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  3. Wonderful comment above which I wholeheartedly agree with. This is one of the best Christmas cards I've seen in blog land! It's such a lovely image you've used and your card design is just fantastic. Love it! Debra x

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