So love the new Christmas images from Mo - this one is called Got The Wreath and the bonus is that it can be coloured as either a boy or a girl!
I love this Snowflake corner embellishment die from Marianne Designs (catalogue number LR0497) too - the card just didn't need an awful lot else. just this fab sentiment which was part of a freebie set recently from Making Cards Magazine.
This little chap is flying in to mark the start of our Mega Christmas Challenge at Passion for Promarkers. The challenge lasts for a whole month with an amazing list of prizes from all of our sponsors. The theme is easy peasy - just Add a Sentiment - and it doesn't have to be a Christmas card - the challenge runs until after Christmas, so as long as you use any sort of sentiment (and use your Promarkers/Trias/Flex/Aqua Markers ) then do come along and play with us. My sentiment is the little wooden painted cloud from a set of wooden embellishments that I had in my stash.
My image is one of the fab 2 Dollar Digis from Mo's Digital Pencil - Cardinal (as if you really needed telling!). I love him sitting all red and proud on his branch.
Apart from the image my flowers cut with the Marianne dies below are the only real embellishment that I felt this needed - and I've not covered up the pretty papers either!!
Poinsettia Dies - LR0435
Papers - Eline's Winter Bloc PB7037
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It was my turn to share a card on the Marianne Inspiration blog recently and here it is. I love the large Christmas stamp and Die set with loads of different sentiments too but I think the word makes such a focal point on it's own too.
You can see the details of how I made the card here and a full list of Marianne products used are below.
Christmas Song Stamp and Die set - KJ1719
Holly Frame Die Set - LR0488
Basket Die - LR0436
Poinsettia Dies - LR0121
Papers-Berry Christmas PB7053
I made the flowers out of Foamarin - not sure if it was necessary with such a 'flat' flower but they add a nice touch of texture.
I thought I'd share some quick cards made using Marianne precoloured images - so need to do this sometimes, although I love colouring. I really love these images and the soft pink and grey tones. I teamed them up with one of new favouite dies from Marianne and their cute little feather dies. Full list below.
Everyone loves a nice tacky Christmas jumper right? So what better way to start December off than a card made with one!! This is from Corgi and Bess (Ugly Sweater separated version) at Mo's Digital Pencil. You get separated images without the 'ugly sweaters', with another jumper, without the lead so you can have loads of combinations with this set - fantastic value.
I teamed mine up with the Knitting die and embossing folder from Marianne Designs, along with the tag and sentiment- full details below.
Knitting Die and Embossing Folder set - DF3418
Lace Tag Die - LR0154
Eline's Handletterering Xmas Sentiment Stamp set - EC0156
It's blumming cold enough to wear this jumper up here, although we haven't had the snow that our Yorkshire neighbours have at the moment - stay warm peeps!
Thought I'd share this little guy that I made a couple of months ago - I got a kit from a lovely lady on Facebook. I do enjoy needle felting and when trying something new I like a little tutorial/instruction sheet to make sure I'm doing something correctly! This kit was just great with some wool to spare and I think I will now make a few more.
I've also just made a little robin who isn't quite right yet and doesn't have any eyes so will share him at a later date.
Today I'm sharing the 2nd card that I made for October's edition of Making cards Magazine using all Marianne products. I made the image using a combination of two stamps and then added lots of Marianne dies and papers - full list below.
Have you seen the latest release of Two Dollar Digis from Mo? They are fabulous, this little House being one of them. (And of course, so versatile). I immediately thought it looked a little like a Gingerbread House so thought it would be great merged with Witches Trick- I flipped it in my merge so it would make my composition more balanced. I then looked through my images to see which child would fit well and Goodness with her expression and lollipop fitted the bill perfectly! (I've also just thought that Cookie Gremlin would be great too! so may have to do that one too!)
There's a couple of Marianne dies there - Anja's Large Ovals (LR0236) for the frame and the snowflake die from the Frame set LR0483.
I then just added the candy cane, copious amounts of Shabby White Frantage and the sentiment tied it all together and means that I can use it as a Christmas card!
Right, we have our lovely Violet this afternoon and she has just woken from her nap so we're going out for a little walk now!
The pictures for these aren't great but these are some of the little vintage tart tins that I made to sell on my stall at the Winter Fair I did a couple of weeks ago. I picked up some old tins last year and was lucky enough to find another batch this year. I got hubby to drill holes top and bottom this year making it much easier to add a tie at the top and a charm/dangly bit at the bottom!
I love the glass glitter I used - it really adds to the vintage feel.
For some of them it was nice to upcycle old necklaces to add to the aged style.
This little tin wasn't vintage like the others but they're something I've had for years and used to use them to hold tea lights. Little bottle brush trees were quite popular and the light sprays on the tin below were taken from an old Christmas card so I only had a few of these. That's what makes them so unique though, recycling and using bits that I've collected over the years!
I don't think my pictures really do them justice but I found it hard to get a good pic!
I think I am in full Christmas mode now- I'm busy making Christmas cards and have about 20 to go - which is really good for me at this stage in the game! Good job then that our theme this week at Passion for Promarkers is Christmas! Great theme chosen by our very lovely Lisa!
I've chosen yet another gorgeous Mo Manning image - Snow Tot One - to be found here in Mo's Digital Pencil.
I think the papers are Trimcraft but I've lost the front page, I've frantaged a few wooden elements - the snowflake, small trees and sentiment and then of course the snowball and general snowy areas - nothing like a bit of Chunky White Frantage for snow!
There's also a few die cut trees from Marianne - Large Spar Tree (LR0378), Tiny's Pine Trees (CR1287) and small Fir Tree (LR0136).
Our fabulous sponsor this week is Digistamp Boutique and they are offering the winner a fab £10 voucher to spend in their store.
Before you go, don't forget to check out the fab makes of my PFP teamies here.
These are a few more of the Christmas cards I made using Brushos to create the background of the tree panels. I then matched them up with some papers, these fabulous Carol stamps from Marianned designs as well as the wintery tree dies and some of the deer. I think the tree stamp is from Lavinia Stamps.
I did the brusho backgrounds in lots of different colours, practising really and the did look a bit messy but once I'd cut them down and positioned the other elements I was really pleased with how they turned out!
This sunset -hued one isn't normally the colours I go for but I must admit to really loving it. This deer and sleigh are two separate Marianne dies that I joined together using the Celestial Stars die from the Embossing folder/die combo set.
This is a slightly different colour way but just as pretty.
And a love this purple one!
Full list of Marianne products just below.
Marianne Design Products
Sleigh Bells Ring Stamp - CS0949
White Christmas - CS0948
Tree - LR0375
Sleigh - LR0304
Deer - LR0179
Celestial stars die from Embossing set - DF3439
Silver Stars Paper Bloc - PK7048
Sweet Stars Paper Bloc - PB7051 Juliexx