Wednesday, 3 November 2010

So Sweet!

Hi guys.  I thought I'd stick with my Christmas theme for today and show you a card I made for The Glitter Pots Xmas Spectacular Weekend. As you can see I had a go at doing an easel card!

The stamps are all by Penny Black and the main image is called Snow Kiss.  Aren't they sweet? I used a Crafts Too Christmas Greetings embossing folder for the sentiment and a Crafts Too Snowflake embossing folder to emboss the bluey/green card - both of which I got from The Craft Barn.

The snowflakes that you can see on the base of the easel card came from the Penny Black Winter Whites and Greens clear stamp set and the scroll on the main panel is called Snow Scroll.

I stamped the main image onto smooth white cardstock using Tuxedo Black Memento inkpad and coloured the image using Copics. (Digital Smooth card by Craftwork Cards is ideal to use to stamp and colour onto as too is the smooth white card by Personal Impressions that The Glitter Pot sells.)  The snowflake embellishments were done using the Glacial Snowflake Martha Stewart punch and a Woodware snowflake punch and decorated with self-adhesive pearls.

Here's a better look at the main panel.

Copics used:
Skin - E11, E00, E000 and R20 for blush
Hair - E99, E35 and E50
Clothes - E49, E47, E43, E41, BG09, BG34, BG10, R59, R37 and R32
Holly - YG67, YG63, G40 and R29
Bear - W3, G00 and G000
Background - W3, W1, B60, G00 and BG000

In my December class at The Glitter Pot I'll be showing you how to achieve just this sort of background behind Mimi and the Polar Bear using the Copic markers.  Meanwhile I hope you like the card!


chris said...

I dont like the card kay I LOVE IT.
I love your image I think I need it!! and your art work is always so amazing you are one clever lady.
hope you are ok, love chris xx

brenda said...

Hi Kay

Was not sure if my last comment wold make it as we had a power cut as I was posting.

In case not, lovely use of Mimi and the cool blues work perfectly.

B x

The Little Stamper said...

Another beautful card Kay and that image is just too sweet! You should do more easel cards as the ones you make are really lovely!!

Sharon x

craftymum said...

Hi Kay
Such a lovely card. I love the soft blue colour. Your colouring is wonderful, as always.Thanks for listing the colours you used
hugs sarah x

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful card!

mustavcoffee said...

Hello there Kay, what a very sweet card, love it, ooh it won't be long now only 52 days, yeah!
Hope you're well :0) xxx

Sally H said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS! I love it! Such a lovely cute image and the colours are wonderful!

Craftnut said...

Beautiful as always Ms Carley ad while we are speaking of nice cards i love the ones in your craft stamper article with the resist technique - stop trying to woo me to the copic dark side..... do not need more pens! Tx

Julie said...

Totally gorgeous. I love the colours you have chosen for this one, they work so well together. The images are almost 3D. I always envy how your layers work so well. xxx

Mags said...

Another great card! Am looking forward to a trip to Glitter Pot this weekend! I shall try not to spend too much!

Mags x

lisa said...

Hi Kay.
Another gorgeous Christmas card. I love cool blue for Christmas, I think it must be my favourite colour!!!
I see you've got the easel addiction too. It looks great.
Hugs Lisax

Rachel said...

This is a gorgeous card- I love all the bluey-green colour tones for Christmas or any time!! :)
Thanks for mentionong cardstock types- it can be so hard to know if something will work! Do you know if they work as well for Promarkers?
hugs, Rachel x

Julie said...

Hi Kay, just bought Craft Stamper and you've done it again. Fab creations and now another stamp I just must buy. I adore what you've done with the stamps. xxx

xGemmax said...

Absolutely stunning...adorable image, love the colours and layout :o)
hugs and xxx