... the sketch for this week's challenge over at Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge - WMSC33 - is really nice. So I've no idea why it's taken me this long to make my cards - yes, I made more than one!!
backing papers, and it was the papers that determined the colour of the snowmen.
The backing paper on the card above is Celtic Lunettes in soft blue - such pretty paper. The folder used on this card is Snowdots. Some while ago I made a partial embossing pad (check Ikki's blog for details on how to make all type so shapes) that was rectangular, but with a hole in the middle. The idea being only the border of the folder embosses. There is a very slight embossed detail in the middle, but not too much. I then stamped my image in the centre of the card and coloured with Promarkers to coordinate with the backing paper. I matted both the backing paper and embossed card onto some mirri card. I added some crystal glitter to the body of the snowman and on the ground. Finally, I made a greeting box - here using my long rectangles.
The backing paper on this card is Celtic Squares in heather. The folder used this time is Snowflakes, and the greeting was made using Labels 14.
Stamps: Waltzingmouse - Compliments of the Season; Funstamps - Scribble Snowman
Cuttlebug: Snowdots, Snowflakes
Promarkers: Royal Blue, Cobalt Blue, Ice Grey 1, Purple, Orchid, Cool Grey 1
Inks: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Summer Sky, Paris Dusk; Distress - Milled Lavender
Spellbinders: Long Classic Rectangles Sm (S4-144) #2, Long Classic Scalloped Rectangles Sm (S4-145) #2, Labels 14 (S4-290) # 2
Accessories: Card, glitter from stash
Total Christmas cards made so far this year - seven!! That's not at all bad. Now, I suppose I'd better finish off the last bit of ironing - not too much left!! And I'll be back later - see you then.