On to todays post, this is a VERY pretty Christmas card done in non traditional colours. When I'd finished this one I thought it was the cutiest card I'd ever made, What do you think?
Is this cute or what? She is a Lili of the Valley stamp called Christmas Dance and I couldn't resist her. The base for the card was cut out using the Grand Calibre and Grand Big Scalloped Circles and Grand Circles, these dies have been a godsend for making fanastic card bases. The decorative paper, I think, came from Papermania, one of their Christmas packs from maybe six or seven years ago. If you recognise it, maybe you can confirm whose it is and does it have a name, let me know. The image has been matted and layered using Spellbinders Classic Circles Large and Big Scalloped Circles Large.
Not a big Copic list this time. Clothes V13,15,17. C0,1,2,3. Skin E00,000,11. R20. Hair C1,3,5,7. The fur trim has been glued and then I used Glamour Dust to give it some texture and sparkle, although it doesn't show up in the photo.
The sentiment is a silver peel off mounted on a Fancy Tags Three tag, chalked before it came out of the die. The lovely swirly bits are Die-namics Fancy Flourish and Memory Box Frosty Border, since the large snowflake part would have been below the tag, I cut it off and used it to embellie the top of the card. I've added some Papermania jewels to give a bit of bling.
I'm off to have some breakfast and go get some food for the weekend, and then do some H*******K. Sorry for the bad language, I do try to keep it under control but some times it just slips out. I guess, I have to give in and do some H*******K sometime before the house looks like an absolute tip.
Have a good weekend. Hugz, Janice