samedi 19 juin 2021

Gnome Christmas

Helo everyone!
New Saturday and new challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown. This week we want to see

on your cards

This little gnome is from Stamping Bella. He has just drunk his milk and is now taking a little nap.
I colored and cut him out, and then glued him to the background made of design paper, backed with black glitter foil. Here is another Gnom card using the same design paper.
I die cut and added a few stars to give the scene a little more interesst. As for the sentiment, one part is embossed on a tiny label and attached with foam pads and the other part is stamped directly on the card. Hope you like my Gnome!

Linked up with:
Color Crazy Craft - Anything Goes Coloring
Polkadoodles - Anything Goes Craft and Cardmaking
Gem Of  A Challenge - Anything Goes Cardmaking
Crafter's Castle - Anything Goes
As You Like It - Favorit Tip (My Tip: Large sheets of design paper usually have patterns that are too big to use on cards. You can cut them into 6 pieces like I did and use them as backgrounds. Follow the link(s) in the post(s) and you can see two more examples.

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Stamps: Milk & Cookies Gnome (Stamping Bella); Sentiment (The Stamps of Life);
Inks: Onyx Black (Versafine);
Alcohol markers, design paper, gold glitter cardstock, black glitter foil

5 commentaires:

  1. trop chou Rosi, quel amour ce petit gnome, biz

  2. Gesund, zufrieden, satt, da weiß man was man hat!!! Einfach herrlich!!! Bises

  3. A fun card and a great tip. Thanks for joining AYLI challenge. Elaine

  4. How cute! Thank you so much for entering our Challenge at Crafter's Castle this week. Good luck!
    Blessings, Jeanie Ellis DT
    Crafter's Castle
    Scrapbookingmamaw MyBlog

  5. How adorable, I love it! Thank you for sharing at Polkadoodles Craft Challenge. Hope to see you again!

    Merja DT


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