Sunday, 13 September 2020

Trees

 Hi there,

I have two cards to share with you today - with two completely different themes but using the same tree stamps.


I used two different coloured base cards of the same size. Both used Moss green distress ink and the stamps were from a Winter Wonderland free stamp set. For the first card I stamped the trees on the bottom, while for the second I went mid-way up the card. I used a Bugaboo image coloured with promarkers and fussy cut, to sit between the trees on the first card and then added some stickers to finish. For the second card I used stickers to add some birds and then peel-offs for the new baby sentiment.

I would like to enter both cards into the following challenges:
Twofer #31 Trees
CCM #262 Things with Wings


The Christmas card into the following challenges:
inskpirational #221 photo inkspiration
Polkadoodles wk37 Christmas


The baby card into the following challenges:


Thanks for looking,

Hugz Tinz


4 comments:

  1. You've done a great job using that tree stamp, Tinz! Your Christmas elf is so pretty with the trees on either side and you've made a really sweet baby card! Thank you so much for playing in Twofer Card Challenge #31! Keep well! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. That's an amazing stamp, Tinz. The space between the two sets of trees really gives an opportunity to place other images in the center! And you've done just that! What a cute idea for a Christmas card and a fab image. And what a sweet baby card, too! Love the kraft paper you've chosen for it. Thank you for joining us at The Twofer Challenge this month. Bev

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  3. Both cards have such beautiful scenes. Thank you so much for joining the Polkadoodles Challenge this week :)

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  4. Yes, two totally different ways with the tree stamp and some really original ideas. Thanks for joining in at Inkspirational Challenges.

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