Sunday, 8 November 2009

Winter Willow

Today I got the chance to play with some of my new acquisitions from the NEC, as well as my Whiff of Joy Winter Stamp Kit.

I began with the Whiff of Joy Challenge's very pretty sketch by Jane.
The colourscheme came from this week's Copic Colour Challenge, which uses rose red, spectrum green and robin's egg blue and
Saturday Spotlight's Challenge is "repeatedly useful" - using an image repeatedly, the snowflake stamps were ideal for this.

I stamped Willow and masked her so that she could sit on the sledge and I coloured her with Copics. The snowflakes were stamped in Broken China Distress Ink. Papers are Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses. The ribbon is organza coloured with spectrum green Copic (came out darker than I expected) and the sentiment is from Craftwork Cards, again coloured with Copic. I punched a couple of snowflakes from white card and added some Stickles to them and to the stamped snowflakes.


  1. Anne this is perfect for the Saturday Spotlight challenge. Great job and thanks for joining us...

  2. What a beautiful card - thanks for joining us this week at Copics Colour Challenge.
    Karen x

  3. So very pretty!! Love your colors and papers!! :) Great take on the sketch AND the Saturday Spotlight challenge with all those snowflakes! Thanks for playing!! HUGS

  4. This is just so pretty and I love that darling image.

  5. Such an adorable image and your coloring is perfect!! Great job on the repeated snowflake background! Thanks for sharing it with us at Saturday Spotlight!

  6. This is such a sweet image and you colored her so beautifully!! The layout and papers are perfect!!! Great repeated snowflake background to match your theme!!

  7. Prety card, this image is very nice and you have done a Super card! Thanks for joining us this week at the Copic Color Challenge!


  8. Snowflakes are the perfect backdrop for this chilly cutie! Thanks for playing in this week's Spotlight Challenge!!


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