This LOTV die cut makes me think of Narnia becuase there is a postbox in the middle of the woods! I thought of using it when I saw some lovely tree inspiration photos for challenges. I used a great sketch but had to flip the embellishments so I didn’t cover the best bits of my background layer! I used distress ink around the edges of the card.
The tree paper was from stash and the snowflake paper was from the Snowman selection. I also used black card from stash.
I used my LOTV let it snow sentiment stamped in blue with added stickles and pearls. I punched two black snowflakes, added silver ink over the top, cut them up and stuck them to the back of the sentiment. My snowflake embellishments were punches from blue glitter paper and black paper with added silver ink effect. I stuck them together and on two of them added a blue snowflake gem and to the third I added a bead that looks like a snowball with glossy accents and added some pearls.
Used this lovely Winter fairy digi stamp for another Christmas card. I was trying to use up some scraps from previous cards in colours I don’t use so much.
I made the snowflake paper for a challenge and wanted to use it up. The light blue card was scraps. The card, image, sentiment and snowflakes are all different shapes to fit the challenges.
I coloured the Winter fairy digi with Promarkers and added some glitter using stickles. I stamped the LOTV sentiment and mounted it on a snowflake punched from scrap glittery blue card.
I made the snowflakes by punching 4 from green, rust and light blue slitter scrap paper. I also used disterss inks and a watercolour brush on white scrap paper and used that for the last snowflakes. I layered the snowflakes and added the blue embellishment from stash (kept forgetting I had them!).
I embossed the thin light blue scrap paper with snowflakes and highlighted with blue ink. I used a ribbon punch and threaded some scrap ribbon through. I added faux stitching with a Promarker and more embellishments.
I used an LOTV die cut and sentiment. This is the ultimate warm and cosy picture!!
I made the snowflake embellishment by punching two snowflakes on matching papers. I decorated it with glitter glue and added the gems. I cut and offset the circles abd I embossed the top one with a swirl pattern and highlighted it with red distress ink.
The LOTV sentiment is ‘warmest thoughts and best wishes’. I used a MS punch on the horizontal paper.
I decided to use these cute bears and attempt to get all 4 colours for a challenge into my card. Not a combination I would have tried so it was a real challenge!
I used colour picker on Craft Artist to make some matching papers to the inspiration photo and added the purple background paper from stash.
I used a lovely LOTV die ctu but recoloured some sections to match the colour scheme and added some sky blue stickles.
I made my snowflake embellishments. The central snowflake was created on Craft artist and printed. Then I used my snowflake punh on it, some lilac glittery paper and some coral paper. I then layered them at angles.
Another Christmas card using a beautiful LOTV die cut with cute penguins holding their Let It Snow banner (can’t afford to get many stamps so these die cuts are great!) and LOTV Let It Snow sentiment stamped in red distress ink. I used sticky pearls for snowflakes and highlighted the snow and snowflakes on the sentiment with white stickles.
This time I’ve used the right colours for the Craft Your Days Away challenge! Pink, blue and brown. I did some major experimenting on this one. It is only my second stamped card.
I used my LOTV James Bear stamp and coloured with Promarkers and a silver pen to add highlights. Bottom left paper is a Forever Friends one. Dark blue and pink paper is from stash. Used snowflake punch on some blue paper from stash and added a sticker sentiment. I’m not sure if it works having different pinks and blues on it?
Since I’m a newbie and these are my first challenge cards I hope I do this right!
Christmas card 1
Christmas card 2
Chritmas card 1: I used card and papers from stash. The horizontal star paper was punched with a MS border punch. LOTV ‘Oh Christmas Tree’ sentiment has some lime green glitter glue on stars LOTV topper with glitter glue 3 small lime green square gems in bottom right corner.
Christmas card 2:
I used card and papers from stash. The horizontal pearlescent paper was punched with a snowflake punch and a small clear gen placed in middle of each LOTV ‘let it Snow’ sentiment LOTV topper with glitter glue and some of the snowflakes covered with gems