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Friday, 2 December 2011

Forgotten Friday 42 - White Christmas

The weeks are certainly rushing by towards Christmas, and it's time once again for Forgotten Friday over on Judith's blog. This week I have decided to combine my card and also enter the White Christmas challenge that Glenda Waterworth (Chocolate Baroque) has set (you could win up to £50.00 to spend in her shop). For this I have used The cottage stamp from the Hearth and Home stamp sheet, from Chocolate Baroque, which I stamped with a black Memento ink pad and coloured with aqua pencils. I then coloured the rest of the image by using distress ink pads in Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Antique Linen and Tea Dye. Then with a quickie glue pen I used glitter to show the snow. I then mounted the image onto navy card and then some white, I went around the edge of the white card with Chipped Sapphire. Next with white card I stamped randomly around the edge with a snowflake stamp from the Snowflake flourish stamp sheet, also from Chocolate Baroque, and embossed with an iridescent clear embossing powder (doesn't show on the photo). I then used the Tumbled Glass, and Broken China ink pads to colour over these, cleaning with a cloth when I had finished to bring the snowflakes back to a white. Then I added some navy ribbon down the side and a stamped sentiment from Lili of the Valley. Finally I added a poinsettia and a couple of flourishes made from Marianne dies, which I coloured again using Tumbled Glass and Broken China ink pads.




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Sue x

7 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous and well done for combining Forgotten Friday with the white Christmas challenge too. Good luck. I've yet to get my act together for either one this week

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  2. This is beautiful Sue. A great card for both challenges,

    Gina

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  3. Beautiful card Sue. I love the combination of tea dye ink with the blue, very pretty. Thanks for playing along in the challenge too.

    Glenda

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  4. Love the shades of blue on this beautiful Xmas card Sue - the winter scene is beautifully coloured and the embossed snowflake background is stunning.
    Sylvia x

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  5. Gorgeous card, love the colours. Sandra

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  6. Love the flakey background with the pretty snowy scene - great card!

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  7. Beautiful colours Sue, the blue and brown go so well together. The winter scene is lovely, that's one that I have neglected too. I love the background, it's very pretty. Thanks for joining in my Forgotten Friday challenge, Judith xx

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