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Sunday, 17 November 2013

Tranquility


Christmas gets so hectic, sometimes its good to make time to enjoy a little peace and Tranquility.
I love this scene, I think  its a Woodware stamp, but not sure its so well used.
This card I made  for the new challenge at Fashionable Stamping challenges , the theme is ' Shabby Chic Christmas'.
The base card is random stamped with a Stampers Anonymous snowflake image.
Colours used for all the shading are Vintage Photo and Tumbled Glass distress ink.
Two of the layers are  dry embossed, a tiny ivy sprig for one and music. Both folders are Embossalicious ones. As you can see the blunt scissors were used on the edges, material scraps  etc for interest. The lace and ribbon were also shaded with Vintage Photo DI.
Please pop over and see what my design team sisters made and get all the details and read about the prize from our sponsor Flonzcraft.

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

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful scene and a great card! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Fabulous card Yvonne, I love the vintage look you have achieved Wendy x

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  3. That's amazing, love all the torn edges.

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  4. Fab card Yvonne you have created shabby chic Christmas perfectly:)
    Val x

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  5. Wonderful textures and images on this vintage style card

    Love Chrissie x

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  6. Gorgeous shabby chic layers... the dry embossing adds such wonderful texture, and of course I love the vintage sepia tones.
    Alison x

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  7. Yvonne, I love the vintage colors your chose! What a wonderful stamped image and all those layers and texture add so much to the shabby feel! Love this card! Hugs!

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  8. Gorgeous card Yvonne, love the image with that shabby look.
    Avril xx

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  9. Hi Yvonne - your scene stamp is beautiful, and looks perfect against that stamped shabby background..lovely card ! Esther xx

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  10. Gorgeous card, that little scene is really beautiful. Hope you're having a good weekend
    Claire xx

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  11. Definitely a Woodward stamp Yvonne, I've used it myself this week for a workshop make. Love your layers and gorgeous vintage palette.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  12. Hi Meggymay. Oh the colours look amazing and such a beautiful scene! I love the woody feel and shabby chic style you have created.
    Dot x

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  13. Lovely shabby chic style, I love all the textures and the sepia colours.
    Jean x

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  14. Thank you Yvonne for such an absolutely amazing card it is a delight to gaze upon.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x

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