Not really no, i don't want it to snow. It's only fun if you don't need to go anywhere.
So i'm back with a Christmas card. The images are all from Designs by Ryn while the sentiment is from Claritystamp.
On a piece of white card I stamped the snowflake in versamark and heat embossed in white detail. I added tumbled glass and weathered wood distress ink to my craft sheet and spritzed with water then smooshed card through it. I repeated this a couple of times always drying in between.
Then using same stamp and weathered wood DI, i stamped the snowflake again.
Then I stamped the trickling water in black archival ink. I heat set it and then bleached some of the colour away with water. I highlighted with white pen and added glossy accents.
I added some shimmer to embossed snowflakes with the glitter glaze pen. I added some pearls to centres of snowflakes
I mounted it on pearlized blue card and added a ribbon. I added a little snowflake charm which i covered in white embossing powder and then kaleidoscope on top.
I stamped sentiment in blue archival and again heat set.
I mounted it on 8x8 base card and added some more small pearls to background.
As usual i hope you like my offer and would appreciate any comments, Theresa xx
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Fan-Tastic Tuesday - anything goes with a twist - add some ribbon
TTCRD - anything goes
Christmas cards all year round - no patterned papers
Christmas stamping all year round - anything goes
LOVE it Nailed it again Theresa and that snowflake is a stunner is't it as always you attention to detail make a lovely card the pearls and glossy accents well amazing xxxxReplyDelete
thanks for all the lovely comments Bernie xxDelete
Oh wow Theresa this is just fantastic. The rain drops are so 3d. It's such an alternative Christmas card look. Good luck with the challengesReplyDelete
thank you Claire. you know i enter challenges so that i get comments from different people more than anything xxDelete
Beautiful card Theresa. the dimension on those drop is just fantastic. Good luck.ReplyDelete
thanks Naomi xxDelete
Breathtaking!! Love all you have done including that great ribbon!! Thanks for joining us at Through the Craft Room Door challenge!ReplyDelete
thank you so much Darcy xxDelete
Hey you :) Thanks for uploading. It's snowing like crazy here right now. I'm looking out the window and big fluffy flakes are drifting down. Perfect atmosphere to be looking at your card in. Love your layering of the Celtic star and soft winters colours. It's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
thanks Ry. your comments are so upbeat. love reading them xxDelete
elle est très jolie Theresa, moi non plus je n'aime la neige qui si je ne l’affronte pas..merci de jouer avec nous chez CSAYL, bizReplyDelete
merci beaucoup Fabiola xxDelete
Absolutely beautiful Theresa. I'm a huge fan of Ryn's stamps too. I love the depth you've achieved with all the different layers xxxReplyDelete
thank you Yvonne. lovely to see you here xxDelete
Lovely creation! Delighted to see you sharing at CCAYR and good luck with the Challenge. Judy DTReplyDelete
thanks Judy xxDelete