Good morning Followers, Friends and Visitors,
Hope you are all well. Autumn is definitely here, our driveway is covered in Autumn leaves! a job just waiting to be done.
Today I would like to share with you, a card I made for Sue and Harvey of Imagination Crafts in October 2013. Another idea for your Christmas card making. There is still time.
Make a base card from navy card. Take a piece of white card and die cut a deer using the Memory Box die, next lay the negative on the white card and dab distress ink through the image. Do this twice. Make 2 masks of the deer, using post it notes and put over the images you have just made of the deer.
Lay the Christmas swirl tree stencil over the masks and dab the distress ink through the stencil.
Add some gold shine sparkle medium to the swirls on the trees with your finger. Put a piece of white card, along with the trees stencil into an embossing machine and emboss. Then die cut two deer from the embossed card using the Memory Box die. Colour these with distress inks and fix to the base card using silicone glue, as though they were leaping through the woodland.
Colour around the trees with distress inks and add some gold shine stars, using a stencil with stars on it. Use the negative after die cutting a Spellbinders large labels die, from light blue card and fix it over the white card, to act as a frame.
Well that is it folks. Many thanks for visiting my blog, hope you have enjoyed seeing my creations. See
you all soon.
Love and Rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.