Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Sly Fox Goes Bold

Hello.  Welcome.

I started with a piece of 6 x 4 white card.  I used a slightly smaller black panel and cut the aperture using Poppy Stamps House in the Woods die and removed the house.  I used Memory Box Gentle Stitched Landscape dies with a scrap of card to make the snowy foreground.  Then I paper pieced Poppy Stamps Sly Fox using scraps of blue card and added a couple of googly eyes.

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  1. That is great paper piecing! I do love the pop of colour the Fox gives the card and how the trees seems to hug him!! Thanks for joining Time Out

  2. What a fun scene, Gail ... that cute little blue fox really pops against the bold black and white background! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)

  3. This is adorable, Gail. You’ve created a lovely little scene here. Unfortunately, we are looking for shades of one color for our monochrome challenge. Thank you so much for sharing it with us at Less is More. x

  4. So cute ! Thank you for taking part in our Challenge at Country View Challenges !
    Corrie x

  5. Gorgeous card design Gail, love your cute fox.
    Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Pam x

  6. What a super card and that fox is so cute. It's a shame that the sky wasn't a very dark blue too to fit with the monochrome theme, but what a super scene you created. Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Less is More xx.

  7. What a fun fox postcard Gail. Try saying that! Thanks so much for joining in with postcards challenge over at Country View xx

  8. This is so adorable!! That fox is so cute!! I love the scene you've created!! Thanks so much for playing along at Scrapy Land!!

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  9. Brilliant to make your fox blue - the contrast and unexpected color is awesome and so striking!


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