Thursday, 14 October 2010

Oh My Goodness!!

Where does the time go???  I cannot believe that it has almost been a week since I last posted anything!! Sorry everyone.  There's just so much upheaval here at the moment and the days just disappear before I realise!

So without further ado here is a card for you!!  It has been so long since I've entered a challenge but I thought that I would enter this card into The Penny Black Saturday Challenge Week 122 as I've used all PB stamps on this card.

You probably can't tell very well from the photo but I embossed the main card and blue/green panel using my Cuttlebug along with a Crafts Too snowflake embossing folder.  The ribbon did start out white but I coloured it with one of my red Copics to match my image and the snowflakes are a combination of a Martha Stewart punch (Glacial Snowflake) and a Woodware snowflake punch.

For the main panel I stamped my girl image (Gift of Giving) with black Memento onto Digital Smooth Cardstock (from Craftwork Cards) and onto a Post It note to act as a mask. I next coloured her with Copics popped my cut out Post It note mask over her, tore a piece of paper to act as a further mask for the snow area and then inked the tree stamp up (Starlit) with a Bundled Sage Distress inkpad and stamped it along the panel making sure to overlap the trees now and again. These were then lightly coloured with a G40 Copic marker.  The sky and snow areas were also done with Copics and a Copic Blender pen and then the wording (from Winter Whites and Greens) was stamped over the top with a brown inkpad.

Copic Colours
Skin - E11, E00, E000 and R20 for cheek
Hair and Sleigh - E99, E35 and E50
Clothes and presents - R59, R37, R35 and 0
                                   G99, G94 and BG11
                                   E35 and E50
                                   R85 and R81
                                   E47, E43 and E41
Snow - W3, W1, BG11 BG10 and 0
Sky - B63, B60, W1. B000 and 0

All Penny Black stamps, Copics and general materials used came from The Glitter Pot apart from the Digital Smooth card which came from Craftwork Cards.

16 comments:

craftymum said...

Your card is lovely Kay. Beautifully coloured as always.
Love sarah x

The Little Stamper said...

Wow Kay - I am absolutely blown away by this card!

It's absolutely beautiful... all that hard work you put in to it really paid off. It must be a very special person who is lucky enough to receive this card.

Sharon xx

Sally H said...

Gorgeous! I love the trees and the image is so beautifully coloured as always x

mustavcoffee said...

Hi Kay, gorgeous card again, I love it to pieces, so sweet:0) xx

kath said...

just adorable kay and beautiful colour work...and great use of your images..thanks for joining in the fun this week at PBSC...hugs kath xxx

Lynn said...

Love this card, got the stamp now just need some time to use it!

Craftnut said...

Its a shame we can't have class before christmas Kay! This is really pretty as always!! Tracy xx

Crafty Lou said...

Hi!Kay,thanks for your comment :)
this is just so gorgeous,your colours/colouring are perfect and
how sweet she is.
Love your tree background too.
Hope you are ok?
yes time does fly,hugs Lou.xx

brenda said...

Hi Kay

What a darling card using Mimi, beautifully coloured as always.

B x

Bluefairy4U said...

Hi Kay, lovely card so much detail. Love the hair colouring. Hope to see you soon. Love and Hugs JO.xxx

Sandra said...

Absolutely brilliant! Love it!

debby4000 said...

Oh what a sweetheart of a card, its adorable.
luv
Debby

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

A beautiful card Kay - the colouring really makes the image "pop" out of the page. Love it!
Sylvia x

Mags said...

another pretty card Kay - fabulous!

Mags x

chris said...

Kay talk about gorgeous, its STUNNING I did a little squeak when I clicked on it. so AMAZING.
Hugs Chris xx XX

Julie said...

Gorgeous card Kay, love it. You've made me want the Starlit stamp even more. xxx