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Wednesday, 4 July 2012

A Monochrome Christmas

Evening Everyone,
I'm afraid that we are still no nearer any sunshine in my neck of the woods, in fact I'm quite surprised that we haven't all developed webbed feet and gills!!
Maybe I can scare the sun in to putting in an appearance by posting a couple of Christmas cards.
There are a couple of Christmas challenges that are looking for Monchromatic cards so I decided that that was a good place to start when making some more Christmas cards.
Once again I have managed to use up some more pieces from my Christmas bits box.
It is looking a little less full these days, but only because I had a bit of a sort out and gave my friend Sylvie a pile of bits that she might be able to make cards with.
Once she has made them into cards she sends them to a charity shop who have been selling them and donating all of the proceeds to the charity that her son supports. He recently finished a magnificent run along the canals that took him a week to complete. Sorry I can't remember the exact details and I don't want to give incorrect info so I will have to check it out tomorrow and let you know.
This next card uses very similar ingredient, a piece of Moonshadow background paper which has been stamped over, a Hero Arts snowman, and Hobby Art greeting.
Don't forget the dye based ink and bleach that I have used to paint the snowman.
I am entering these into the following challenges
Winterwonderland - Monochrome
Weekly Christmas Card challenges - Monochrome
52 Christmas Card Throwdown - Anything Goes.
Hugs Kimx

6 comments:

  1. What fabulous backgrounds, so pretty! I really like the snowman, too!

    Thanks so much for telling me (in a blog comment) how you do your bleaching, it's such a wonderful effect!

    much love, Mags B x

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  2. oh I love the colour choice of your monochromatic creation, just perfect for our challenge at the Winter Wonderland
    Hugs Kate xx
    ps I have 1000 follower candy if you are interested :)

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  3. Love those cards! The blues are wonderfully... deep.

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  4. So pretty, Kim! LOVE the blues and the embossing is gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at 52CCT! :)

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  5. Looks like this card is befitting the UK weather !! Gorgeous Kim, Great image and Brr freezing cold colours ...super fab !

    Marie

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  6. Lovely snowman cards Kim! Your blue colour scheme is perfectly frosty!
    Thanks for sharing your cards with us at 52 CCT! Ruth x

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