Saturday 22 November 2014

Saturday Scribbles

Another colour combo to inspire over at CAS Colours & Sketches this week - love it! 

 And as I'm on a bit of a Christmas roll at the moment it just had to be!

I started by stamping the background in the first two colours from the combo and then gave some thought to the metallic silver element needed. That was solved by die cutting a snowflake from silver card.

I finished off with my signature twine threaded button, but with a bit of a twist. I didn't have the correct colour twine so I used white and coloured it with lost lagoon ink - I'm really loving how this gives a patchy effect to the twine.

Stamps: Uniko Studio, Backgrounf Builders Christmas
Inks: SU, lost lagoon; Memento, London fog
Die: Die'Sire, snowflakes
Punch: Xcut, corner rounder
Embellishments: twine & button from my stash

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  1. Beautiful classic card Jane! Love the snowflake button and tie - gorgeous embellishment! I know what you mean about scrapping with Christmas 'stash'! I feel the same! Just lacking some time! Hanging out for holidays....soon!

  2. Had to pop over from CAS Colours and Sketches to say what a striking card this is! So classy! Hazel x

  3. A gorgeous card Jane - love the bold embellishment - thanks for playing along with us this week at CC&S - Jacqueline xx

  4. You stamped the background?!? I thought at first that you'd found designer paper in our challenge colors! I love the glistening snowflake. I enjoy seeing what you create with our challenges at CC&S - thanks for joining in again this week!

  5. I'm impressed by the stamped background and love the snowflake/button/twine combo. Great use of the colours from the challenge, which are perfect for Christmas. thanks for playing, I've enjoyed seeing your creations for the DT call
    Louise xx from CAS Colours & Sketches


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