Thursday, 14 January 2016

Keep Warm


Hi there.
Playing along with the sketch challenge at Splitcoast.
Here is the sketch we are casing:


I began by stamping the background with Black Soot and Weathered Wood Distress ink.  
I then stamped the sentiment with Versamark and embossed with white.  I also cut the snowflake using a die from SSS and pop dot mounted the sentiment over that.
For a little pop of colour, I added the red rhinestones.

Adding my card to these challenges:

Simon Says- OMBRE

CAS on Sunday- WINTER

Shopping Our Stash- SOMETHING NEW
(bkg snowflake stamp)

Inspiration Challenge- ANYTHING GOES


Thanks so very much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies:  stamps- MFT, Peddler's Pack/ Versamark/ wh eb powder/ Distress ink/ red rhinestones/ SSS snowflake die/pop dots

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really like this card :) Might have to try one like it! Thank you!!

Lin said...

You've really captured the frostiness of winter, Karen! The tiny touches of red are wonderful!

Verna Angerhofer said...

I love it. I think the black and white with just the pop of red is wonderful.

Peet said...

WOW, Karen! Love it!!

Diane Jaquay said...

Such a dramatic background, love this!

Donna said...

Love the colours! Awesome! Thanks for playing along with the SHOPPING OUR STASH crew for our "Something New" challenge!!

Ina G said...

Fabulous background Karen. Love the red rhinestones.

shirley-bee said...

Cold and frosty fabulousness!

Chris D. said...

Love your choice of colors for that background, and the red rhinestones are the perfect little pop of color! Thanks for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!

Asha said...

Oh wow! This is amazing... I can almost feel the chill! :) Have a lovely weekend, Karen!
x Asha

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! Had to order the stamp (-:
Peggy from MN

Loll said...

Love the black and gray with the snowflakes Karen. The little red just pops. xx

Billie A said...

Pretty card and colors. Thanks for joining us at Inspiration Destination.

Bobby said...

You've really captured the chill of snowflakes, Karen. What do you mean you stamped with the DI? Straight from the pad? Whatever you did, it's very effective.

Gabby said...

LOVE this card, Karen! The icy chill bkgrd with the snowflakes looks fantastic. I can relate to that bkgrd as it is -2F and -23F with the windchill where I live. No snow just an arctic blast of cold. Brrrr. :)

Jo Nevill said...

Stunning, love those snowflakes
Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

Jo x

Princess Judy Palmer said...

That sketch made me laugh. TALL GREETING. Your card is awesome. I can feel the chill coming off it. Keep it handy for those hot summer days (I heard a rumor that they would come again).