This month at Scrapology, we challenge you to make a Christmas card - I am sure you have all made a few already :)
Here are mine -
The first one is 6x6". I used a new Martha Stewart PATP deep edge punch set and stamped a Woodware Christmas tree into the centre. This was mounted onto a card base of purple bazzill.
I stamped and cut out the Penny Black Fairy and coloured with Copics.
The message came with the tree stamp.
The fairy was added with 3d foam and her wings stickled.
Various gems were added the the snowflakes and tree image.
Based on the same design, I made the following for my friends at our monthly crop based on the same fairy image.
The base cards are cut from white bazzill and are 5" square. I punched a 4" square of white using the same PATP set and mounted it onto pieces of Doodlebug glittered cardstock in various shades.
The fairies were coloured to match using Copics then added with 3d foam.
I added a peel off message to the bottom corner with a gem.
More gems were added to the snowflakes on the frame.
I wasn't able to go this month as I was on holiday so the lovely Lynn took them with her - Thank-you Lynn.
The challenge is open until the 15th January so have a look at the blog post and send in yours - you never know, you may be the winner!
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!