Monday, 23 October 2017

An inky Christmas tree

Good morning it's Monday and time for my weekly dose of Visible Image inspiration. I hope you already have the date in the diary for our Christmas show on Create and Craft tomorrow?
If not here are the details
There are lots of  samples made by my teamies and myself  on the show and I will be waving to mine. 
I have already shared these 2 cards 
There are another 2 I have made and I will share the first of them today. For today's card I wanted a very CAS (clean and simple) look and also to keep to 1 layer as this also makes postage for cards so much cheaper.

I used the awesome Peace, hope and love set
I decided to make some Christmas baubles hanging from a Christmas tree so I needed to make myself some pine branches. After a bit of a brain storm I decided to use the seaweed stamp from the Dare to swim set

I used it upside down with different shade of distress ink.

 By repeat stamping and careful overlapping I began to create my Christmas tree branches. 

I also red embossed the Merry Christmas sentiment from the Go to Christmas word stamp set
I then created some "baubles" by gold embossing the grungy circle and also used the little accent stamps inside. I love the little accent stamps in the Peace, hope and love set..so cute!

Here is my finished Christmas card, which has a golden glow from the embossing and matting card.
 I would like to enter my card into the following challenges;

Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas challenge 2/3 anything goes #257
Christmas at sweet stampin 2/3 anything goes
Cute card Thursday 1/3 snowflakes

I hope you can join Mark at 7pm on Create and Craft tomorrow evening...I will be watching live from my sofa and waving to my Christmas cards. He has some great demos planned too.

All the Visible Image links can be found here;

Visible Image group page on FacebookOur friendly Group can be found here ...it would be lovely to see you there. You can add work to the "Show and Tell" album where one randomly chosen winner each month wins a £25 coupon to spend on the website.

The main Visible Image Facebook page is here; there are weekly stamp giveaways...open world wide!

And the shop web site is here; where all these gorgeous stamps and stencils can be purchased. 

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Bye for now,

Jane x

9 comments:

  1. Such a pretty Christmas card, Jane and it's always handy to have those flat cards for posting! I bet it's lovely to see your creations on the box - it's nice that you get to share your inspiration with others! Hope you're enjoying the last of BST - the clocks go back this weekend, so that'll be me starting my hibernation! Hugs, Lisa x

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  2. Fabulous card Jane and very imaginative in your use of the seaweed for your tree branches. Love the traditional red, green and gold. xx

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  3. What a brilliant use of the seaweed....clever you! :)
    A lovely traditional card!!
    Happy new week my dear,
    V x

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  4. Super card, Jane, so clever to use the seaweed for your pine branches. xx

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  5. Wow, your cards are all amazing, so love that you used a seaweed stamp on a Christmas card, love a multi tasking stamp set!
    Many thanks for joining us at Cute Card Thursday this week!
    Debxx

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  6. Thanks for entering more of your lovely crafting for CHNC challenge 356 – you could also enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for October - I'd love to see it there too x

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  7. WOW! What a lovely creation! Thank you so much for sharing at Christmas at Sweet Stampin' and good luck with the Challenge. Judy DT

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  8. Lovely card, Thanks for joining in with our challenge at ABC Christmas Challenge,
    hugs Samantha :0)

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