Hi there friends and followers!
Today I want to show you my winter wonderland card for Live and Love Crafts and its also my dt card for Magnolia Down Under where we posted a new theme last night and that is FLOWERS.
I used some winter alike kind off frosty flowers me thinks to suit both themes. ;)
The lovely dp´s are by Pion design and I´ve used two for my card. They are from a 6*6 paper named Blue Pansy. Im such a sucker for anything Pion, if you´re in the market for shabby papers, look no further ;) The stamped image is a Magnolia Tilda from an old christmas collections and she´s inked with di ink from pads , which is currently on a reduced price in the LLC store. Ive used Pumice stone, Weathered wood, Vintage photo, Black soot, Walnut stain and Tumbled glass for her clothes and shoes. The skin is colored with Tattered rose and Vintage photo. For the cheeks I used a hunch of Spun sugar, Worn lipstick and barn door. The shadows behind Tilda is Tattered rose and Vintage photo. You can see it fairly well in my picture below:
To embellish my card I choose to work with white jute ribbon. The lovely lace is named Jolie and is placed on top of the jute. You can also see one of the ever soooo cute Vintage wood mini sewing spools. I was ecstatic to find those in my dt pack ;)
Besides that I have sewn all edges and also used Crackle paint Picket fence a little here and there and also on the acetate I added to the spool. The alphabet stickers are by Prima. The flower is a Kort og godt rolled rose in creme.
The big lush flower is a gardenia in creme that I placed together with some more rolled roses and the Kort og godt decoration berries.
I made a tag using a heart spellbinder that I added some Vanilla cream shabby seam binding and Jute twine too. Look at the gorge love hanger and the charm named round vintage photo frame pendant. However I didn't add a photo to it, instead I chose to cut out one of the roses from a white organza rose trim.
Hey, do not forget to head on over to the LLC inspiration blog to check out what my teamies have done with this theme earlier this week. And of course you wouldn't want to miss out on the lovely creations over at the MDUC blog.
Lots of love