Wednesday, 12 November 2014
I thought this image from Joanna Sheen's winter collection of house Mouse stamps had a more masculine feel about it than cute snowmen.
I stamped the image onto a square piece of white card, masked off the edges so that a white border would be formed and dusted the card with distress ink. I used Promarkers to colour the image using a lot of the blender pen to achieve the lighter pink and applied Fluffy Stuff and Sparkles to the snow on the branches.
I cut out a larger square of white card and coloured the edges using the pink Promarker and matted and Layered the image onto this, black card and then grey card.
I finished the card off with a happy Christmas banner.
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Creative Inspirations - anything goes
I Love Promarkers - a male Christmas
Whoopsi Daisy - lots of layers
House Mouse and Friends - brrrr, it's cold outside (HMFMC182)
Eureka Stamps - 4 legged friends (the mouse)
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas - keep it flat
QKR Stampede - let's talk Christmas
The Crazy Challenge - your favourite technique (colouring)
Papertake Weekly - 2 or 4 legs (both!)
Christmas Cards All the Year Round - no patterned paper
Crafty Sentiments Designs - anything goes
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Extra - anything goes
A Little Bit Crafty - clean and simple
Creative Fingers - anything goes
Gruffies and Guests - anything goes with the option of Christmas
Suzy Bee's Blooming - anything goes with the twist make it male
Word Art Wednesday - anything goes
Scribble and Scrap - anything goes
Beccy's Place - holiday card
The Pink Elephant - clean and simple
Completely Christmas - anything goes with the twist add some blue (the background)
Open Minded Crafting - fowl of all kinds
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - snow
Penny's Paper-Crafty - use black cardstock somewhere