Friday, October 12, 2012

A Christmas Wish

Hi Everyone!!!  I am here today on this wonderful Friday with a little Inspiration.  I thought I would share a card I made with you today.

 I used a stamp from the Mulberry Woods Christmas called "Winter Wonderland". Check out this really great selection of stamps, you will want them all.

Here is my finished card:

 I stamped my image 2 times and colored both using the Spectrum Noir Markers. These are some really great markers at a really great price.  Check out the whole range of colors..... I used one of my dies and cut out one of the colored images. I used IG10, IG8, IG6, GG2, DG3, GB10 to color my images.

I then fussy cut out the one of the panda's from one of my colored images and popped them up on top of the other colored image to give it a bit of dimension.  I added some ribbon and a bow.  My sentiment is also from this stamp set. I attached all to the card base that was embossed with a 6x6 Diesire Regal Frame embossing folder.  For the final touch, I added some Stickles to make the snow sparkly.

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See you all next Friday with another creation, until then, Happy Stamping!!!!!


Shona Erlenborn said...

What an adorable little panda image. Don't think I've ever seen Pandas as a Christmas image. Love the dry embossed background behind also. Great job, Dawn

Karons Krafty Korner said...

Such a fabulous card - love the pandas and that you have maintained this black and white theme for your card. TFS

Donna Ellis said...

Dawn, what a lovely blend of too-cute and very elegant! Darling little pandas, gorgeous bow, and wonderful layering. I especially like the what you've layered the tag for the greeting. Soooo pretty!

Brenda said...

What a sweet image - love the black and white and also how you popped out the sentiment layer

Anne Temple said...

What a cute image and adorable Christmas card.

April said...

So cute and pretty! I love the bow!

E. Marie said...

Love this card. The image is adorable and I really like how you popped up the different dies.