I wanted to participate in the Edwin challenge over at Magnolia Stamp Lovers but I don't have many Edwin stamps so I though that I would get a head start on some of my Christmas cards. Who knows, if I start now I may even have enough ready by the time December rolls around and I won't be stressed about getting them out on time.
I have opted to mask Edwin and Tilda skating with the snow circle. I had been planning this for another challenge last week but never got around to making the card. The card is based on a sketch by Bev Rochester. I have used Prism cardstock and some older Basic Grey paper from my stash.
Edwin and Tilda have been coloured using my Copics and Prima colour pencils. I added some stickles to create a patch of ice for them to skate on and added some bling to the snoflakes around them. Afterall, it wouldn't be Christmas without a little sparkle.
It's so hot where I live right now that it's a pleasure looking at your card - it's beautiful. Please play often at the MSL challenge. Cindy2
Carissa!!! Adorable couple!!! You did an amazing job!
A wonderful Sunday to you!
Carissa, your card is gorgeous! Wonderful job coloring too! Have a super Sunday!
Carissa your card is adorable! You did a wonderful job...your coloring is wonderful.
Gorgeous card. Love the layout and the sparkle.
Beautiful coloring and beautiful card. Love the circle with the snowflakes and the colors you used.
Carissa, I think your card is just wonderful. The colors are fabulous.
I have just found your new blog today! What great cards you have made. Your colouring is beautiful, so are all of your layouts.
Great blog as well.
I will look forward to returning here.
Carissa...love this one too! Your coloring is just beautiful!!
Beautifully done and my fave holiday stamp of all time too! Great layout and pretty papers! Welcome to blogland--look forward to seeing more of your work!
Hello Carissa, welcome to the group! Your card is wonderful, one of my all fav! beautifully colored.
will come visit again!
such a charming couple! Delightful card Carissa!
Pam Going Postal
I just discovered your lovely blog today. Your cards look fantastic! I was wondering if you could tell me how you did the circle with the snowflakes and the little bumpy edging?
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