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Monday, 28 October 2013

Chocolate Baroque - Snowflake Shadow

Hello, and here we are at the start of another week and with only a few days left in October.  I haven't been doing very well with Christmas card making, so I thought today I would channel my efforts in that direction. 

I recently bought a couple of stamps from Chocolate Baroque from a range called Big Bold Backgrounds. They lend themselves to all sorts of stamping and embossing effects, and being 6 inches square make quick cards quite achievable.



I noticed that Less is More are running a challenge at the moment to make a card using string or twine and Stamping for Pleasure have a Rudolph Day Challenge which runs until the end of the month, so I thought I would enter this card in both challenges.

At Less is More they require a simple card with just one layer, and on this occasion with the use of string or twine.  I began with an A6 white card.  I then stamped the Snowflake Shadow using Memento Dye Ink in Lady Bug onto white stamping card.  I cut this down into two equal pieces and  attached a piece of white card in the centre to attach the twine to.  I noticed that one of the cards demonstrated used a lovely flat knot, so I thought I would give it  a try.  You will find a great tutorial here.  Lastly I added a sentiment.





11 comments:

  1. Hi Pat and welcome to Rudolph Day. Thank you for entering such a lovely bright and bold design with that super knot (thanks for the link). I browsed your other blog entries and you make some stunners.

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  2. Lovely card Pat, and my eye was drawn straight to that gorgeous flat knot. I'm off to check the link - thanks for sharing that!

    Hugs, Di xx

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  3. Pat, gorgeous use of this CB bold stamp. I've seen it used on a couple of other blogs, and I'm really wanting to get it. It's so lovely using this bright color to let the stamp shine, and I really like that flat knot. Will be off to check off the tutorial, and TFS that. Just joined as your newest follower, and hope you'll find time to visit me too.

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  4. Visiting from Sarn and Di - welcome to blogland!

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  5. Great card...I love that wonderful knot!

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  6. Well done Pam and love the cards down below, clever clever work .. welcome to blogland and have joined your blog as well, every blessing, Shaz in Oz.x hope you pop over as well :D

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  7. Congrats on your Rudolph Day win - lovely card am checking out the flat knot - looks fab!! Mxx

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  8. I'm sorry I'm so late in visiting!
    This is super...well done with that knot!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  9. Woo_hoo! Big Congratulations on your fab die win at Rudolph's Day. Good for you. Can't wait to see how you use the pretty die. HUGS

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  10. Fantastic knot there, Pat, on your gorgeous card!! I saw that you've won the prize at Sarn's and came to congratulate you and introduce myself! Welcome to Blogland!! I'm happy to see you in our wonderful community! I'm following you and would love to have you follow me. Enjoy the prize!! Hugs, Darnell

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  11. Lovely card well done on winning Rudolph day.
    Linby x

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