Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Warm thoughts

     I hope you've been enjoying the guest designer cards I've been creating for Inky Impressions.  They really are great quality stamps.  This card was made as inspiration for this week's challenge which is to "use two different ribbons or trims".
     I've used some Basic Grey papers to backup "Rachel Ice Skating".  She's such a cutie!  I colored her with Copics and cut out the image with a Nestie.  I used Tumbled Glass Distress ink on the edges.  The sentiment comes with the stamp.  The mitten charm can be found in the Inky Impressions store also.
     I'm not sure if I like my corner treatment or not.  It started with a chipboard piece I covered with Distress crackle paint then morphed into the little mix on the card.
     So hop on over to the challenge blog and check out the other DT projects and play along.
     I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Pollycraft Mondays--chill out
Allsorts--free and easy February
Chocolate, Coffee and Cards--thinking of you
Jellypark Friends--winter wonderland

     Be blessed!


Supplies

  • Papers:  Basic Grey Picadilly, Gina K Pure Luxury, Colorbok Glitter paper, Copic XPress-it Blending card
  • Stamp:  Inky Impressions "Rachel Ice Skating"
  • Ink:  Copics, Tumbled Glass Distress ink
  • Tools:  Nestabilities Labels Four (S4-190), MFT Die-namics Crown Border
  • Miscellaneous:  Recollections pearls and flower, Wrights pearl trim, chipboard piece, ribbons, and tulle from my stash, Inky Impressions Mittens charm, Picket Fence Distress Crackle paint, Crystal Stickles

18 comments:

  1. wow, the detail is beautiful! well done!
    xxxxxxxxxxxxx Amelia (mimi)

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  2. Its stunning Tracy I absolutely love your colourwork. Thanks for joining us at pollycraft too. Joey x

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  3. This has a crisp cosiness to it- if that makes sense? I love the little mitten charms you added!

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  4. Oh gorgeous Tracy,love your coloring and that little mitten charm!
    Hugs Heidy

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  5. What an absolutely stunning card! I love everything about it from the cool colours, to that gorgeous mitten charm and your colour work!! Wowza!!

    Thanks for joining us over at Pollycraft for our 'Chill Out' challenge this week!!

    xo, Lou Mac.

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  6. Tracy this is fabulous what a stunning image looks stunning with your papers and design! Chanelle xxx

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  7. too darn cute! fabulous details and the charms is the perfect touch!

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  8. Gorgeous card. I love your colouring. So beautiful!

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  9. LOVE the sentiment on this one Tracy :) Your whole card is beautiful...those soft colours are gorgeous and the little mitten charms are very cute :)
    Hugs xx

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  10. Another stunning card my friend..

    Hugs, Linda

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  11. I love these colours and your beautiful coloured image ... and those mittens are just so sweet ... fabulous creation Tracy .. really beautiful

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  12. Cute card, great coloring! Thank you for joining us at Jellypark! :)

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  13. SO adorable, Tracy! I love, love that sentiment with the sweet image, and love your coloring and design, too. Those little mitten charms are the MOST perfect touch. :)

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  14. Boy, do I get the warm fuzzies just looking at your superbly pretty card Tracy! It's brilliant!! As always in awe of your colouring skills, ever so humbly yours... Ira :-)

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  15. This card is simply yummy! Love the charms!

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  16. A gorgeous card Tracy! Lovely colours and fab details, I love the tule and pearls, the sentiment is realy great and the little mitten charm is just perfect! hugs, Marlies

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  17. Absolutely gorgeous & i love that sentiment...

    Thanks for playing along at CCCC & good luck!!
    hugs and xxx
    Gemma

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  18. So lovely, Tracy! Sure suites my climate today...-30 this morning! That mitten charm is fabulous! I am really loving that crown die you're using...very nice! :o)

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