Saturday, 11 July 2015

Another Nordic Christmas Card

Hey Everyone, 

Whilst others are outside enjoying the sun , topping up their tans (safely of course!) and bbq'ing the nights away, us crafters are generally locked away in our craft spaces up to our eyes in glitter, fake snow and tinsel! 

And here I am back tonight with another of the cards I made for Crafter's Companion recent Nordic Christmas range. This is a gorgeous range and I hope you've managed to grab some of the products to make a start on your Christmas cards. 

To make this card I used the Reindeer Stamp and coloured it in using my Spectrum Noir pens.

The full ingredients I used for the card: 

Neenah Card
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Reindeer Stamp
Reindeer – GB8, 9 & 10 and EB6
Sadle – DR3, 5 & 6 and CR7
Fur IG1, 2, 3 & 4
Horns – TN2, 3 & 4
Baubles – BT5, JG1, OR3, CT3, BP5, HB3, DR7 and TB5
Background – IG2
Satin Finish Printer Paper
Nordic CD – Design Papers – Design 4 and Colour 1
Centura Pearl – Hint of Silver
Vintage Embossing Folder – “Snowflakes”
Collall – All Purpose & Glue Gel
Foam Pads

I shall be back very soon with something I've been working on for a friend's wedding, so watch this space! 

Until then, take care and toodle pips!


Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Nordic Christmas Sample

Evening all!

I'm back tonight with my first post as part of Crafter's Companion's Spectrum Noir Design Team! 

Here’s one of my favourite samples using the new Nordic Christmas collection from Crafter’s Companion UK! I coloured the
stamps with my Spectrum Noir pencils.

The range is being showcased over on Ideal World by the lovely Fiona as we speak, so go check it out!

The ingredients used:
Santa & Reindeer Stamp
Neenah Card
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Blender Pencil, 112, 117, 119 and 120
DR3 & CR7, BT2 & 5, OR1 & 3, CR1 & 3, CT3, JG3 and LG5
Die’sire – Chantilly Lace Stamping Frame
Die’sire – Snowflakes
Black Card
Nordic CD – Coluriser – Design 1 – Black
Satin Finish Printer Paper
Foam Pads
Centura Pearl – Hint of Silver
Collall – All Purpose & Tacky

Thanks for taking the time to stop by.

Toodle pips!