Tuesday, December 08, 2015

City Crafter 291

Hello there!

It's my turn to host the challenge at City Crafter this week
I know you are all very busy this time of year and probably making lots of christmas projects...
Well, this week the challenge is all about Winter


We want you to create a card or project that depicts Winter and to make it a challenge 
NO christmas cards please!!

Here's my card


My sweet friend Pat gave me this Winter quote stamp which I used on acetate then cut around it to attach to my card- you can see better on this next photo...


I cut the details of this card on my Cameo and used distress inks to sponge a BG before adding some water droplets... There's a sprinkling of glitter around too


We've a talented Guest Designer this week - winner of week 286
Daget Art - Click the link to visit her blog and check out her beautiful creations

Our team also has some more inspiration for you over at CCCB - go take a look and
link up your creations with us this week for a chance to Guest Design with us too.

I'd also like to enter this card over at The Card Concept under the Clean and Layered category, where the theme is "Let It Snow"


And Try It On Tuesday

Where the theme is snowflakes or winter whites


Wishing you a wonderful day

~ Ros ~

26 comments:

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Lovely!!!!!

Pamellia Johnson said...

So beautiful Ros!! I love how you can make a card look like a 3d shadow box, so amazing! The fence and the little deer really make it look like I'm watching from inside the house. Brilliant! Thank you so much for joining us at Try It On Tuesday for our 'Snowflakes' challenge! Hugs, Pamellia DT :)

Yapha said...

What an absolutely gorgeous card! I love the little bit of sparkle!

Mona Pendleton said...

So pretty Ros! Love the winter wonderland scene that you created! That little deer is darling and all the shimmery details looks amazing!

Margik said...

This card is very beautiful with a lovely design. Thank you for joining us at Try it on Tuesday. Mar x

Sylvia said...

What a lovely wintry card, Ros, the snow almost looks real! Happy Tuesday!

Darlene said...

Absolutely AWESOME! Love the dimension this little scene has ... FANTASTIC! Thanks for wonderful holiday inspiration!!

Team Clark said...

This is such a very pretty design! Love the depth and the gorgeous deer!

Meggymay said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful card with us at TioT's this time.
Yvonne

Charlene said...

Beautiful Ros!

Marina said...

Fabulously frosty look and I love that floating sentiment.

Lilian YF said...

That's so beautiful! Love the layering!
Thank you for joining us at The Card Concept!
Lilian
The Leaf Studio

Greta said...

I love that quote & your die cut layers are wonderful, Ros--fabulous card!

Michele Henderson said...

I LOVE your card! The little deer is so adorable! Thanks for joining us over at The Card Concept!
Take care!
Michele

Diane said...

Lovely snowy scene and there you go again, inspiring me to get my Cricut out....guess I need to dust it off first..lol!! Very pretty card Ros!!

Maria said...

A wonderful winter scene, Ros! Sweet deer silhouette and the sentiment is perfect!:-)

Barbara said...

Just wonderful...

Mac Mable said...

Such a clever idea with the text and acetate. Such a pretty card and so very you, gorgeous x Loving the colours and the layout too x

Tracy said...

Looks like frosty cuteness to me. Another great design and the acetate sentiment is a nice contrast. :-)

Julie Gearinger said...

What a fabulous scene and I love how you stamped the sentiment on acetate!! Thanks for playing along with us at The Card Concept :-)

Kerin said...

Stunning!!! I love this card! Thanks for joining us this week at The Card Concept :)

Radhika said...

Woww gorgeous card..love it so much.. :)

Lisette Baker said...

Great card, love how you have used the sentiment. The little deer is adorable.

zandra said...

So, pretty and love all the layering. Great take on the challenge and thanks for playing with us at TIOT.
Hugz, Z

Davi said...

Wow Ros Awesome card! I love the way you used layers to give the scene the cool dimension and the acetate for the sentiment look wonderful :)

Jinny Newlin said...

What a sweet, little scene! LOVE the dimension, and great job getting that big sentiment on there! So striking!

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