Thursday, 28 September 2017

Rosy Drumlins

Hello.  Welcome.  I was lucky enough to win a prize at the 7 Kids birthday bash on fb and it arrived today and I couldn't wait to get busy with this lovely Brutus Monroe stencil and the pink nuvo glitter paste.  That perfectly fitted for a christmas card I had in mind so here we go, Prima doll in a blue and pink winter wonderland. 


I had to think about this, cos I wanted to keep it one layer.  I cut my blue card base with Stamplorations Crazy Double stitched rectangle die.  Then I took the B/M folkwave stencil and the pink Nuvo glimmer paste.  Oooh, yummy.  It dried really fast as well.  Very useful for impatient crafting.  Then I put my Prima doll on my acrylic block, inked her, flipped it over and she dropped like a stone onto my card!!!!   The air turned shades of purple.  Deep breathe, apply pressure with the acrylic block, pick her up and survey the damage!   Sigh of relief, just a bit of extra ink around her boot bows and hat.  Hopefully no one will notice.  I coloured her with sharpies, which hold their colour really well on coloured cardstock.  Then I masked her and stamped Hero Arts Stunning Snowflakes with Salty Ocean distress. I also edged the top of the card with Salty Ocean.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
7 Kids Challenge 12 - Anything Goes
Rudolph Days Challenge
A Blog Named Hero Challenge - One Layer
Kaboks Utfordring 16 - Julekort i Utradisjonelle Farger

7 comments:

  1. Such a simple and pretty card.. Thank you for joining us at A Blog Named Hero this month.. All the best and see you in next challenge..

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  2. Beautiful Christmas card, Gail. Love the colour comb.
    I wish you a wonderful and creative weekend.
    Hugs, Anita xx

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  3. Hi Jonna,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    what a very wonderful card, and super design too.
    Brilliant work with the glitter paste.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.GD

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  4. Great design on this lovely modern Christmas card. I am loving the look of the young lady and the beautiful pink scalloped design for the glitter.
    Thanks for taking part in the September Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  5. Så stilig julekort. Takk for at du scrapper med oss hos kaBoks, DT Bente:)

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  6. Really pretty card Gail, love the stencil and great sparkly glitter

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  7. Your one layer card is so gorgeous and full of depth! The stencil is beautiful with this image! Thank you for joining us at 7kids challenge this month!

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