Joyous Christmas

It’s time for a new challenge over at Loves Rubberstamps Challenge Blog and this week is

Anything Goes with a Christmas Theme.

Our sponsor for this challenge is Eureka Stamps.

Unfortunately I don’t have any Eureka Stamps so I’ve chosen to use a gorgeous new Whimsy Stamp called ‘Friendship is the Greatest Gift’ available in rubber from Loves Rubber Stamps.

I have the digital image of this stamp which I have printed onto Cryogen White cardstock and coloured with Copic Markers.

The colours I’ve used are:

Skin – E11, E00, E000, E0000, R20

Hair – E49, E47, E44, E42, E40

Clothes, Ribbon, Hair bands – V28, V25, V22, V20, V06, V05, V01, V0000

Box – T5, T3, T1, T0

Here’s a closer look at the image.

I’ve finished off the inside with some dsp.

I’m so happy how this card turned out.


Stamps: Friendship is the Greatest Gift (Whimsy Stamps), Sentiment (LOTV)

Card: Cryogen White, Whisper White (Stampin’ Up), DSP – Believe (Fabscraps)

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: 1 ¾” Circle Punch, Circle Thinlits, Organza Ribbon (Stampin’ Up), Flowers (WOC), LR0125 – Snowflake (Marianne Designs), Snowflake Punches – Around the Page & Individuals (Martha Stewart), Copic Markers

Don’t forget to stop by the Loves Rubberstamps Challenge Blog and check out the wonderful creations the DT have made to inspire you.

I’d love for you to leave me a comment and let me know what you think of my latest creation.

I’m entering this card in the following challenges:

Craft-Dee Bowz – Anything Goes and include a Handmade Bow

Get Inky! – Christmas

Kaboodle Doodles – Challenge 201 Non-Traditional Christmas Colours

The Ribbon Girls – Ho Ho Ho Christmas Challenge

Bizzy Becs Online Store Blog – December Challenge – Christmas

Di’s Digi Designs – Show Us Christmas in Non-Traditional Colours

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