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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Ski Edwin with Snowflakes

I have my DT project for

to share with you on this Dec, 1st.

Can you believe that it is December 1 today???
Only 25 days until Christmas!!  eeekkkkk
It's very hard to believe!!

Over at  Magnolia Down Under 
the challenge this wee is a beautiful Sketch. 

(CHECK THE CHALLENGE BLOG FOR THE SKETCH)

Stamps: Ski Edwin with Snowflakes   All Magnolia stamps can be bought at
along with things like score-tape and many other things for your stamping needs. 

Coloring Medium: Copic Markers, very light distressed inks around some of the paper edges. I have also used Spica pen on the SNOWFLAKES for a splash of sparkle.
Papers: all from scrap bag
Accessories: ribbons,trim, tulle, pearls, wooden words, covered brad, jingle bell, jute thread, sizzix Super Scallop tag. I have used my Martha Stewart snowflake punch.
Winter sentiment stamp is by Inkadinkado

I have used my copic markers to color the wooden words and then taken my sanding block to make it look old and worn out. I have then added SnowTex.
I have used Stickles and SnowTex on parts of my card.
 

Challenges to enter my card: 

Bunny Zoe's CraftsWinter 
Dutch Magnolia Lovers - Let It Snow / Winter card with Blue & White
Make it Monday - always Anything Goes
Kaboodle Doodles - Stripes and/or Polka-dots
 
THANKS for stopping by today!!
Wishing you a wonderful week!!
  
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17 comments:

Kat said...

Stunning card Janiel. That is such a fun image and I love how you've coloured it and the lovely papers you've used. Can't believe it's so near Christmas either!

Take care,

Kat xx

julieprice3 said...

He's one of my favourites and you've showcased him beautifully, nicely done my friend
Hugs Julie P

Only By His Grace said...

Really gorgeous card Janiel. your coloring is so lovely. Love the snowtex on the wooden words.
Hugs maz

Paper Tails said...

Beautiful card! Love how you colored Edwin! Beautiful design.

Karen

Kelly Neis said...

He is so cute and I love the colors you did on him. The wooden sentiment is a great idea, I have some but forget to use them. I also like the checkerboard paper behind him, just looks great.
Hugs

Susan Flynn said...

What beautiful colouring Janiel! Edwin looks just adorable and your paper from your scraps are gorgeous! Susan x

Lisa M said...

Ohhh boy! I love this. Makes me want to jump up and down and clap my hands. I think I get more excited about snowdays than my kids do. :)
I love the coloring, the wording and all the extra little winter elements you've taken the time to add. It's a wonderful card!

Thank you so much for taking the time to link up your talent and creative ideas with us at Make It Monday!
Happy Crafting...
Lisa xx

Grenouille Greetings said...

My Hubster would love this card. He is a big ski fan although he rarely admits to falling over! I love it too, PQ although the right of the card is missing! Did you notice? Beautifully coloured and I love your sentiment. IMTAP, hugs, Lesley

Linda said...

Edwin is too cute!! Thanks so much for sharing your amazing talent!!

Cathy Lee said...

Fabulous card, Janiel. I love how your coloring looks muted. It makes Edwin look soft in that snow. Love the pretty sparkle and stitched papers. Fabulous card.
Hugz,
Cathy Lee

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Janiel.

Hugs Riet.xx

Danielle said...

Love your card Janiel, nice to see Edwin! wonderful winter colors and lovely choice of paper. Hugs.

Linda Palmer said...

Your cards are always amazing. I love this Edwin, now my favorite Edwin stamp.
Your coloring is fabulous and so is your card.

Cumbrianlass said...

A wonderful card with super colours and lovely image.
Thanks for joining in the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge
Janet

Dreamtime Designs said...

Beautiful :)
Hugs
Lisa
http://dreamtimedesigns.blogspot.com.au/

cabio's craft corner said...

What a cool idea to make the wooden word to have a worn out look. Lovely card and fun to see a pull out tag on this layout design :o)
Hugs,
Cabio

Suzi said...

Wonderful card Janiel, he is such a sweetie, love your papers and that wooden word sentiment.
Hugs
Suzi x