Anyhoo, the challenge over at Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge this week is 'Let it Snow' and I tried not to make this card look like a Christmas card but I'm not sure I succeeded, see what you think:
I love these Molly Blooms images and I have so many that I don't have time to use and they sit there uninked :-( ... but this cute little Molly has been coloured with Copics and Prisma pencils (of course!) and cut out with a Nestie Wonky Rectangle shape, which is such a useful set of dies. The DPs are oldies from my stash - I think the red one came from an old Kars pad and the ribbon is somewhat anonymous too. The sentiment is a Clarity Stamp that I overstamped with snowflakes from an old Papermania set I found in the Christmas drawer. The flowers and berries are from Wild Orchid Crafts and the snowflake border is from Dies to Die For and is a Memory Box one. Sad to say that I don't actually own this die, the cut-out I've used here is a sample the lovely Tracy sent me with another order but, as you can imagine, I intend to own it before I have to make another snowy card! The leaves under the flowers are cut from a new Cheery Lyn die that I think will prove endlessly useful.
It's hard to see in the photo (click to make it larger) but I added Stardust Stickles to the snowflakes.
Skin: E000, E00, E01, E21, R20, R11
Hat/sweater/boots: E30, E31, E33, E35 and 70% French Grey pencil
Trousers and scarf: G24, G28, G29 and Olive pencil
Reds: R22, R24, R27 and Tuscan Red pencil
Snow: C0, C1, C2, C3
Thank you for looking today and I do hope you'll join us for this challenge. We have a new format for the New Year and you could be a Guest Designer - click on the link to read all about it.
I'll be back again later because it's Polka Doodles Challenge day too - but don't feint with shock at the thought of my posting twice in one day!