Sunday, December 14, 2014

Non - Traditional Colours.

It's time once again for the girls
in the Christmas Card Club
to show our cards for the last challenge 
of the current  year
which was set by Granmargaret.

'Non- Traditional Colours.'

The card that I have made is so not what  I started
out to make but you know what?
I absolutely love the result! 


I matted chestnut brown card stock onto a blank card base.
Design paper was in my stash but I have no name on the back.
More card stock in donkey brown and then
I created this little scene using  'Stampscapes'
Tree Cluster Sm and  small Buck.
I already had the scalloped  die cut circle cut out in my stash .
I used various shades of distress inks in Browns/Wild honey
for sky, sun and hills and stamped the images using  Walnut Stain.
The sentiment is a gold peel off which I stuck onto a scrap of card
which I then coloured to match the secene.
The wording and scene are both popped up on 3D  pads.

I painted diamond Stickles  onto the scene
and this close up shows some 
of  the lovely  sparkle it gives.

Entering into the following challenges:
The Crazy Challenge #186 Christmas.
Crafty Cardmakers #129 Christmas.
Craft Your Passion #243 Non traditional Christmas.
Die Cuttin Divas #195. Non traditional colours. Use at least one die (Sizzix Scalloped circle).
Scrappers Delights #36 Non traditional  Christmas colour.
Inspiration Destination #11 Anything goes.
Fab 'n' Funky #241 Christmas.
A Gem of a Challenge #134 Anything Christmas.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #155 Use up your snippets.

28 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Valery. Love the scene and the colours are perfect. Have a Good Day. Hugs Rita xxx

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  2. Hello Mrs A

    Stunning card, I love the touch of sparkle around the beatutiful sun.

    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  3. Hi Mrs. A, Gorgeous card, love the scene and the touches of sparkle.
    Just been checking out your little elf, think you've got your hands full with that one!
    Avril xx

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  4. This is beautiful Mrs A...what a wonderful scene you've created. Great colours too. Carol x

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  5. So beautiful and the glitter really adds to the lovely scene xx

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  6. Thgis is lovely! The added touch of sparkle around the setting sun looks fabulous!

    Love the scene you created and the great masculine feel to your card.

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  7. This is a gorgeous scene and the sparkle really sets it of beautifully. Love the colours too, a great choice for the theme this time.
    Lorraine

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  8. Wow and cor! Love the colours, the stamps are wonderful and the sparkle is brilliant! Thank you so much for my Christmas card - I am hoping to get mine posted this week, eek! Karen x

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  9. Beautiful scene and lovely colour combo - so special for Granmargaret's CCC challenge - and thanks for sharing for my Patterned Paper December challenge. x

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  10. Just the right card to warm the cockles of the heart in all this cold weather. Gorgeous card and love the colours

    Kath x

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  11. Oh my goodness, Mrs. A--this is just stunning!

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  12. Hi Mrs A
    Fabulous take on the Challenge....
    Thanks for your lovely Christmas card....
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  13. I love it too! Stampscapes make the best stamps to create a scene, and I so forget about them. Love the color choices with the particular SS stamps that you have on this - and the scallop shape was a very interesting presentation. Love the glow of that setting sun in the background with the buck & his herd. Well done. Am enjoying the elf antics too. Great non-traditional colors & love the woodsy feel to this. TFS & Merry Christmas. Hugs too.

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  14. This is such a pretty woodland scene, Mrs A.! I love the addition of the stickles! Gives it a frosty look!

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  15. HI vALERY, LOVE YOUR CARD, THE SCENE AND COLOURS ARE REALLY BEAUTIFU., IT'S A GORGEOUS SCENE, hugs Kate x

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  16. Lovely card! It wasn't until the second photo that I realized how sparkly it was. It is a serene scene!

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  17. lovely. Thanks for joining in with our last challenge of the year at FnF. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year :)

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  18. Beautiful card Mrs A - it looks just like golden Winter sunshine, as you intended.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  19. Love the scene on this great card Valery. The colour is great. Hugs Christine xx

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  20. What a beautiful scene you have created here.

    Thanks for sharing with us.

    Happy Christmas

    Lin
    Crafty Cardmakers and More

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  21. Beautiful Christmas card. LOve the details with the forest, sun and moose. Thanks for playing at Scrappers Delight and good luck. Hope to see you back wednesday for a new challenge. Bettina DT Member at Scrappers Delight xx

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  22. very unusual but stunning. You could just walk into the scene you've created. I like it a lot. Merry Christmas. Zx

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  23. Beautiful - love the scene you've created,

    Thanks for joining us at Fab'n'Funky,

    Helen x

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  24. Beautiful card Mrs A thank you for joining us at Inspiration Destination this week
    Dianne x DT

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  25. What a gorgeous scenic card Mrs A. xxx

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  26. Thanks for sharing and joining us at Inspiration Destination. Hope to see you again and good luck!
    Ema
    IDCB Owner

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  27. A beautiful card. I love the scene you have created and your choice of colours are perfect. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More. Sally D.x.

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