Friday, 26 September 2014

It's going to be a White Christmas from Stampin' Up

The moment I saw the adorable White Christmas stamp set in the autumn/winter Stampin' Up catalogue, I started thinking of all the wonderful things I could do with it. So many different creatures and other elements to add to a snowy scene...! Here's the first of many, many makes:


Naturals White card stock is perfect for any sponged scene because it's soft speckled surface gives a nice feeling of movement. I heat embossed the trees in white before masking off the ground and sponging the sky. Hmm, red sky in the morning... Get all those sheep in the barns you shepherds!


Can you see the speckled card stock really adds to that frosty feel? I used a mix of the Frosted Sequins and Basic Rhinestones to get the sparkle in my trees and I love how glittery they are!


The sentiment was stamped on a banner, heat embossed in silver and stapled onto the scene with my new favourite toy the Handheld Stapler - I love the size of the staples and have been using them on everything!


It was the 25th of the month yesterday and so I'll be joining Sarn at her Rudolph Day challenge with not one but two of my shiny cards as per the rules!

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You know the saying Red sky at night, shepherds' delight? We have a different version in our house: Red sky at night, Turkish delight! And frankly we're not really fussy about the time of day or what colour the sky is!

I'll have something quite different to show you on Monday using the White Christmas set I used today. Until then, have a great weekend and remember that crafting is really good for your health!

Hugs,

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful....cant wait to start embossing!

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  2. Hello Vicky

    Wow, your Christmas card is brilliant I can feel the icy temperature. Love, love the speckled effect and Rhinestones.

    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  3. Oh so gorgeous!

    Have a lovely weekend Vicky. I haven't had Turkish Delight for years. Mmmmm.

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  4. Woot woot! Two stunners here Vicky. LOVE the little touch of inking over the masked hills and the delicate BLING! FAB!

    Thanks for playing along with Rudolph Day.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  5. Gorgeous Vicky.... Looking a lot like White Christmas here too! And wreaths, snowflakes, pines and houses!!

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  6. I love these cards Vicky they are so elegant and suitable not only for Christmas but with a change of greeting they would make fab winter birthday cards
    Jackie x

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  7. Two gorgeous cards! Love the soft colours - so pretty!

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  8. More gorgeous cards Vicky! I got back to heat embossing yesterday and really enjoyed it. I'll be sharing the cards next week on the blog :) xxx

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  9. Lovely cards Vicky, The white embossing looks great and I like the subtle background inking.
    Jean x

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  10. Gosh these cards are totally fabulous and so very classy.

    Kath x

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  11. Wow such a classy card Vicky, just what I expect from you though, well done again my loverly friend ;) Viv xx

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  12. Beautiful beautiful cards Vicky, especially the subtlety of the sun rising.

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  13. Stunning cards Vicky, nicest Christmas cards I've seen:-)
    Val x

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  14. Amazing cards Vicky I love the frosty feel and the tinted sky absolutely stunning. Our version was "red sky at night sailors delight. red sky in the morning sailors warning " You can tell I lived by the sea lol !

    Marie

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  15. Two gorgeous cards Vicky. Love how subtle it all looks xx Jan xx

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  16. I've just bought the naturals white card so I'm pleased you've showcased how gorgeous it is!!! Love the soft warm sky behind the tress..... A truly magical winters scene xx

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I love reading your comments. Thank you for taking the time to leave them! Vicky x