Well what a change in the weather lol! Autumn is definitely with us, the leaves are turning beautiful colours and are blowing around the garden in the wind! I do love the Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. Thank you all once again for all your visits and comments on my last post, much appreciated. The products used in the making of this card can be purchased from www.crafterscompanion.co.uk
Today I would like to share a card with you which I made for the Imagination Craft's shows on Hochanda T.V. back in June of this year. I have used one of my all time favourite Imagination stencils - 'The Clearing,' just love this stencil as I love anything to do with deer.
Mask off the left hand side of the white base card and colour the rest of the card with the light blue and yellow Mixed Media Spray Inks. When dry, add some Forest Green and Gold Shine Sparkle Mediums to parts of the card, using your finger. Remove the mask.
Using a black ink pad, stamp the Christmas Script down the left edge of the base card. Lay the clearing stencil onto the card, securing it with masking tape or Crafter's Companion 'Stick & Spray.' Stipple the white gold Starlight paint through the design using a stencil brush. Remove the stencil. Repeat this once again onto spare white card but stippling the deer only.
Glue the blue resin strip down the edge of the coloured section of the card. Cut out the deer and 3D it onto the original image, on top of the blue strip, using silicone glue. Repeat once more but this time only stipple the deer and the front and back legs only. Cut this out and glue in position over the blue strip.
Glue a blue bow in the top left corner.
Add a little white gold Starlight paint, using just what is left on the brush, adding it over the coloured side of the card.
Die- cut the corner, using the Crafter's Companion die, from white card. Colour this with the yellow and light blue spray inks, adding a little of the forest green and gold shine Sparkle Mediums. Add a line of blue Sparkle Medium at the bottom of the trees and the legs of the deer to ground them.
Glue the die cut to the bottom left corner.
That's all from me for now, enjoy your week ahead, the sun is shinning once again as I write this, how long for though, is anyone's guess lol! Take good care of yourselves until next time.
Love and rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.