Good evening Fellow Bloggers, Friends and Visitors,
Thank you for visiting my blog, I do hope you find some inspiration for your card making. It has certainly been cold here the last few days. Yesterday we woke up to a layer of the white stuff lol! snow. To make it feel even colder there was a bitterly cold strong wind.....brrr... roll on the Spring is all I can say lol!!
Tonight I have another Christmas card to share with you which I made for Sue and Harvey of Imagination Crafts in August 2011 and uses their very pretty 'the clearing' stencil and their lamp black stencil paint.
Here is how I made it.
Colour a piece of white card with Tattered Rose, Dried Marigold, Milled Lavender and Fired Brick Distress inks, using a blending tool. Lay the clearing stencil onto the coloured card. Using the stencil brush, dab the lamp black stencil paint through the design on the stencil.
Dab the silver stencil paint on to the moon and the snowflakes and add a little to the trees and the stag, where the moon would shine.
When dry, cover with some vellum, which gives a misty look to your card. Punch a hole in each corner of the vellum and the clearing image and insert a white glitter brad in each hole.
Stamp 'Christmas Greetings at the top of the vellum using a black Stazon ink pad.
Matt this onto a slightly larger piece of black card, then a larger piece of peach card. Lastly matt this onto a piece of black patterned card from DCWV The Glitter Stack and finally onto a white base card so no white is showing.
Well that's it finished. Hope you like it. Hope your Christmas preparations are going well, I'm just about finished, just have the decorations to put up, then I'm done. That's all from me for now, so see you all again soon. Thanks for your visit and if you have left me a comment - Thank you.
Love and rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.