Friday, 4 November 2016

Three Bells

Afternoon all. My October went by in a whirl!
It's now November and time for a new challenge over at STAMPlorations.
Here is my card for your inspiration.


Can you guess our theme this month?
This month it is



Were you right, well if that doesn't tempt you what about a sketch?



or why not combine the two!!

My card uses the Christmas Bell Medley launched last year. I've used 3 bell stamps, 3 colours (green, orange and blue), 3 tiny silver glittery bows and 3 different stamps to create this. Enough three's for you?
To start I stamped the middle bell then masked and stamped the bottom left one, a further one in the top right finished that section. Masking all three bells I went in with the evergreen bough stamp and created the pine tree effect, over stamping the dark green with a slightly paler green to create a bit of depth.
The bells were coloured with Copics and the band on each one was embossed with some holographic EP. The completed diecut panel was then attached flat to a linen effect card base.

For more fabulous inspiration please check out the rest of the DT and our great GDs here where you will also find all the Ts and Cs.


I'd like to join in over at:-

      
Diecut/Pine/Ribbon                                                      

5 comments:

  1. Can hear the jingle bells!! Beautiful!! :)
    Suchi xx

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  2. Oh, I saw this at the Stamplorations blog and fell in love with it! What a beauty! Thanks so much for playing with my tic-tac-toe challenge this week! It's just lovely!

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  3. Wow, Julie this is one gorgeous card! Your coloring is perfect and so is the layout with the masking. I love this!

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  4. Beautiful bells! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Christmas Card Challenges.

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  5. Thanks for playing with us at Christmas Card Challenges!
    Monica - CCC DT

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