Tuesday 10 December 2013

Inspired by Anna Karin Evaldsson in craft stamper

Over on Craft challenge they have put out a design team call and so I would like to enter this card as part of the challenge. It would be good to join the team as I have an electic style which I am still developing. I love to paint and draw. I make cards in a variety of styles. I feel I could bring a fresh style to the team as well as develop through what I could learn from them all.

Now to my card
I was inspired to make this card because I loved the colours. I didnt have a stamp and so designed my own trees. I used the distress inks suggested for the snow and used a couples stamp from crafty individuals. Here is how it happened.

I masked where I wanted to draw my big tree so that I didn't get the snow on the tree as suggested by Anna Karin in the magazine. 

Then added my snow 

Then the stamped couple. I finished the card with some sparkles and a Father Christmas flying through the sky.

I'm also entering this into  the crafty individual's blog challenge and fashionable stamping challenge 

Thanks for looking 


  1. This is a fab card Deborah, enjoying seeing the process. Looks amazing, good luck with the DT call:-) xxx

  2. Wow this is gorgeous, pleased you are applying to join our DT at CRAFT Challenge (or did you link to the wrong Inlinkz?)

    Jo and the CRAFT Team

  3. What a great and fabulous card!!!bizz

  4. Great card Deborah - love how you have incorporated the young couple into the snowy scene. Thanks for joining in the CI Challenge. Jean x

  5. Your card is both beautiful and very clever. I love the trees you draw on the background :)

  6. Beautiful. I love the details of the scene and snow at the bottom too.

    1. Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment x

  7. A beautiful card - love your home grown trees ! thank you so much for sharing with us at FSC...Happy Christmas and best wishes for the New Year...Esther xx

  8. Thank you for your kind comment Esther

  9. Fabulous card. I can tell you really enjoyed creating this, too. Thanks for sharing with us at FSC.


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