Sunday, 31 August 2014

Snowmen circles


I've been wanting to try this technique for a while, since I saw samples on the Majestic Stamps stand at Newbury. 

The basic circle is stamped using a teeny branch stamp, then I masked off the lower half of the circle using torn paper and used duster brushes to ink a sunset & hills. 

Then I added the trees with a stamp from a Katy Sue Designs silhouette set, & the snowman from a Snowglobe stamp set bought from USA years ago. A few punched and die cut snowflakes to cover the inky finger prints! Then my favourite Christmas sentiment stamps from Inkylicious.

Then I made another one, and 2 more this time with snow-cats!


 and finally one with a church. I had so much fun making these I just kept going lol.


So as I have multiple Christmas cards I'm linking them to the Rudolph Day Challenge, where Sarn asks you to make 2 Christmas cards between the 25th and the end of the month. Also to Pixies snippets Playground, as the snowflakes were all cut from snippets!

Thanks for stopping by

Debs x




7 comments:

  1. Oh YES! Those sunset circles are BRILLIANT Debs. So glad you had sNow much fun that you made multiple cards with a few different stamps.

    Thanks for joining in with Rudolph Day.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  2. Wonderful designs Deb and love the silver framing.

    Hugs Diane

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  3. Beautiful Christmas cards!

    Warm hugs
    Maarit

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  4. Yeay! Great cards there Debs. I love the idea of the scenes. You managed to get in the RD Challenge just in the nick of time!
    Hugs
    xx

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  5. Hi Debs! Oh what clever designs - I love the little scenes inside the Christmas wreaths. And the snowcat got me giggling :)

    Sorry I'm late commenting, playing catch up here!

    Hugs, Di xx

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  6. Just stunning, Debs! Those snowcats are so cute! Gorgeous sunsets!

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  7. Lovely cards , you did well to make so many in one go.I love these little snowy scenes.
    Jean x

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