Hi there Lovelies,
How are you all, hope the answer to that question is very well. Thank you so much for all your visits and comments on my last blog post, I love to hear what you think of my projects, good or bad lol! hopefully more good than bad lol!.
I thought I would share another of my sample cards which I made for the lovely Sue Baker Presents shows on the Create & Craft T.V. Channel on 22nd,/23rd. July 2019. These gorgeous stamps are from the 'Snow Queen Collection.' They are just stunning, hope you like what I have done with them. Please bear with me as there are quite a few photos but not too much reading you'll be pleased to hear lol!
Matt and layer a black square onto the 7"x7" white base card, leaving a quarter inch of the white base card showing. Next matt a smaller square of blue card onto the black.
Take some white linen effect card and cut to approximately five & three quarter inches square. Stamp the facial features in the centre of the white card using a black ink pad.
Stamp the icicles in the top left and bottom right corners. Stamp the word 'Snow' to the centre top, 'Ice' to the centre right and 'Frosty' to the bottom left corner.
Dab some stormy sky Distress ink onto a work mat and add a spray or two of water, then using a paint brush, paint the icicles, her lips, eyes and eyebrow with it.
Add little dabs of diamond glitter paste to the right eyebrow, icicles, eyes, lips and the centres of the snowflakes. Unfortunately the photos don't show up the pretty sparkles, they really do sparkle when the light catches them.
Punch out 3 large, 2 medium and 2 small flowers from blue coloured card, using the Woodware punches.
Add some small touches of the diamond glitter paste to the petals. Make up 3 different flowers using the punched shapes ie., 1 large + 1 small, - 1 large + 1 medium + 1 small - and 1 large + 1 medium.
Glue these to the face. Glue a blue gem stone to the centre of each flower.
Glue some blue gems in the top right corner and three below the word 'Frosty.'
Matt this onto a piece of black card with only a tiny border of the black showing, then matt this onto
the base card.
That's all from me for the moment. Thanks for sticking with me to the end of this post lol! Catch you all again very soon. Enjoy the rest of your week and Happy Crafting.
Love and rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.