Wednesday, 1 October 2014

A Christmas Candy Mill card

Hello how are you? How's your day going?
Work has been hectic for me but in the evenings I love sitting whilst the News is on and posting a new card that I have made on my blog.

Here it is:

This card has at the centre a Candy Mill made with a Cottage Cutz die. It was fiddly but I think so worth it. Again I sat whilst watching TV and cut all the bits and pieces out of scraps then put them together for the centre piece of my card. I also used an Impression Obsession die to cut out the fir trees again using scrap pieces of card stock. The frame is a Spellbinders Branching out die cut from Kaisercraft Scarlet weave card stock and I used a Basics A (5 x 7) #4 die to cut the mat behind the image from white card stock which I then inked the edges of with a Vintage Photo ink pad.

Here's a close up of the Candy Mill. I added some Stickles Crystal glitter and some white paint to add the dimension and appearance of glistening snow. I also used a W1 & W3 Copic marker to create the effect of shadow on the building.

Here's a closer image of the front of the card.

The sentiment is from a JustRite stamp cut out with a Spellbinders Die, inking with Vintage Photo ink and some Stickles Crystal glitter.

Here are the main ingredients used to make this card:

Thanks for stopping by - enjoy the first day of October

1 comment:

  1. such a beautiful card sally-ann. worth all that cutting out for sure.


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