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Monday, 2 September 2013

A winters tale


This is my take on the new challenge 'Christmas Snow and Ice' which starts today over at
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I began by random stamping my base card around the edges using Broken China distress ink.
The snowflake layer was again random stamped then heat embossed using silver metalic glitter Wow  embossing powder. There is a piece of angels web material next but it is hard to see on the photo,  a piece of dry embossed music was my next addition.
All shading  used  on the card is Broken china DI
The snowflakes are stamps by Chloe.
There is a Spellbinders snowflake die cut under the ribbon bow.
For the main image I used a Stampendous stamp using London Fog memento ink.
I only  coloured the sprigs of holly as I wanted it to look  a bit grey. Hopefully  it looks  like one of those dusky days in winter when it has been snowing and every thing is still.

Challenge No 7 over at Country View Crafts  is Layers. So I will be joining the fun over there as well.

Thank you for stopping by, I always appreciate your comments.

15 comments:

  1. Lovely card, but I don't want to think about snow and ice yet! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Gorgeous card Yvonne, and one of my favourite images.
    Avril xx

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  3. Its beautiful yvonne - this is one of my fav stamps xx

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  4. A wintry scene! Yvonne, let me tell you....it's 26 degrees here :-) so your wintry card really made me smile.

    Sally

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  5. Really lovely scene and great wintery colours

    Love Chrissie x

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  6. Beautiful! Love the snow scene and the background is fabulous. Elizabeth xx

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  7. so loving this Yvonne, love the hint of blue
    hugs

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  8. I love this stamp and you have made it look stunning with the wintry colour and lovely layers.
    Jean x

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  9. This is just stunning - love how all the layers combine!

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  10. Exquisite creation which is so elegant.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  11. A lovely winter scene! But don't look forward to the snow season to start!

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  12. so beautiful Yvonne. Love this card. WOW
    Hugs
    Doreen xx

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  13. Absolutely lovely - the colour palette is right up my street, and that stamped image is an all-time great (may "need" to add it to my stash!)...
    Alison xx

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  14. Such a beautiful card - wonderful colour pallete and great layers. Thanks for sharing it with us at Country View Crafts this month.

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