Thursday, 18 December 2014

Foxes Christmas Card

Hi there. I thought I'd better get the last of my Christmas cards blogged before the big day. I only made one for this month's show, so I'm blogging that today. After that I have three of my personal cards to share, then I will get back to my Clarity samples. I hope that's OK.

This card was inspired by my decorated MDF Christmas tree that I did recently for the Claritystamp Challenge Blog. I was really pleased with how that turned out so I used the same colours and techniques for the background.

The trees are various green Archival Inks and Weathered Wood Distress Ink, the snow is Frantage Shabby White embossing powder and the sky is brayered with Denim and Black Adirondack ink. The foxes are coloured in with Spectrum Noir pencils.

A frame cut with a Spellbinders Snowflakes View die finishes it off.

By the way, it's a good job that I did make that MDF tree as it's the only decoration I have up this year. Hubby always says that my house "looks like Santa's grotto" (I usually decorate on the 1st December) but with one thing and other it didn't get done. Now it just doesn't seem worth it for such a short time. Never mind. Hopefully Santa will still come.

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  1. I love this card, it's beautiful Lynne x

  2. Oh Lynne you have to have a xmas tree up?????? Its still worth it, This is a lovely card and would look great BY THE XMAS TREE !!!!! Sam x

  3. Gorgeous artwork as always. I still haven't got my tree up, will get sorted at the weekend xx

  4. lovely card. love how you have used the frantage. how do you make it so precise? i hope you still get some decs out in time, hugs xx


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