It's been a while since I used this cute digi Siku and Shiya by Mo Manning. But I thought it would be perfect to use for this week's Bella and Bronte's challenge which is Hugs and Kisses.
I colored the image using my Faber Castell Polychromos pencils and then cut it out. It's a pretty simple card, just the style I love at the moment.
I cut out the hills using my old creative memories cutting system. I stamped white snowflakes onto the blue card stock using Stampin up's "itty bitty backgrounds" stamp and white craft ink. The hills were sewed on using sewing machine.
The sentiment is from the set "Winter Notables 1" and it was cut out using the Notables 1 shapeology die.
I added a few snowflakes and some glitter to finish it off.
In addition to Bella and Bronte's challenge I am playing along in a few others, Stampavie and More with the theme of Christmas In Summer, at digital tuesday the challenge is "all tied up", and at Simon Says Stamp and Show... anything goes this week, so I am entering it there too.
That should be about all. Thank you so much for visiting!
I hope you all have a wonderful day!
~Handmade Greeting Cards, a Monthly Craft Challenge and an Occasional Lifestyle Post~
Jul 19, 2012
Hugs and Kisses
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This is so cute!ReplyDelete
I love what you did with this card, All the detail, especially how you sewed on the hills. Now that's something I've never done and that is, I've never sewn on a card before.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining us at Mo's this week.
How absolutely gorgeous! I love how you created a Winter Wonderland with the hills and snowflakes...and your coloring is so, so pretty! I'm so glad that you've joined us this week at Mo's! Hugs. Pat FrankReplyDelete
Oh, this is just fabulous!!!! LOVE all the stitching and your sentiment is fabulous with your image and snowflake accents! LOVE this!!! :)ReplyDelete
oh wow this is absolutely stunning, love your stitching and design.
Cute image coloured so beautifully.
I am making my way round everybody testing out this new system, profile so good.
Your card is just lovely and the images are coloured so expertly, really great work.
Have a lovely weekend.
This is so sweet, pretty, and creative! Love the snowhills and the fluff on their coats!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you joined in our challenge at Mo's this week Ellie. Those Eskimo kisses couldn't be more perfect. :-) I love your stitched hills and stamped snow. So many fun little extras that make this card great. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
wow, ellie, this is so adorable! beautifully coloured, as always and i love the subtle snowflakes in the background, the sentiment die, i love all of it. :) oh, and the stitching - i almost want to buy a new sewing machine; but i think my sewing would be as crooked as my faux stitching.ReplyDelete
Your cards are so cute! Love the stitching....I wanna try that out! :-)ReplyDelete
Ellie this is gorgeous what a beautiful card well done Hugs ElaineReplyDelete
Hi Ellie - thank you for leaving your kind comment today - I do hope you get some rain soon. I simply adore this card. The image is so so cute. I must really invest in some Mo Manning images. I love all stitching you use on your cards. I'm afraid I haven't been brave enough to try that yet! JeanetteReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your wonderfull card with the DT from SSS and S. Love the colors and the images is just great, good luck hugs terry xxxReplyDelete
Your card is gorgeous. Love your coloring of Mo's adorable image. I really like how you cut them out and put them into the landscape, this is so creative.ReplyDelete