Thursday, December 29, 2011

Christmas Light

Thanks for sticking with me while I bombard you with more holiday cards, my friends. =)


I used the lovely Christmas Light from Whiff of Joy Stamps for today's card. Another simple one layer card. =)


This little cutie is stamped on Papertrey Ink's Rustic Cream cardstock and colored with Copic markers. I also stamped Hero Arts Music Background around her for a little interest.


The card is inked with Antique Linen and Tea Dye distress inks. The sentiment comes with this stamp. After stamping the sentiment, I traced it with a glitter pen for a little sparkle.

That's all I have for now. Have a fabulous one, my friends! =)



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supplies:
cardstock: (Rustic Cream) Papertrey Ink
rubber stamps: (girl, sentiment) Whiff of Joy, (Music Background) Hero Arts
dye inks: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko, (Antique Linen, Tea Dye) Ranger Industries
accnets: (glitter pen) Copic
tool: (Corner Chomper) We R Memory Keepers
Copics used:
skin: E13, E11, E01, E00, E000, R20
hair: E29, E27, E25, E23
dress: E21, E51, E50, E37, E35, E33, Y19
wreath: G28, YG25, YG23, YG21
candle: Y19, YR18, YR15, Y28, Y26, Y21, Y11, W1, W00, 0
shadow: W9, W7, W5, W3, W1, W00, 0
card size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

24 comments:

Cathy Fong said...

sweet soft and beautiful !

Exclusively by Mel said...

WOW! what a beautiful card Alice!
I adore the design.
So stunning!
Love, Mel. xxx

Laurian said...

Beautiful card, so simple but sooo effective!
x
Laurian

~amy~ said...

soooo pretty! Love the pop of green!

Dotty Jo said...

Such beautiful colours! Jo x

Susie said...

Adorable card. Great design work.

Joy said...

soooooo beautiful!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is SO stunning Alice! This image is just precious and I LOVE your CAS card!

Amy Johnson said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Love the CAS layout and the background paper.

Chunyuan said...

beautiful one layer card. love the coloring and soft distressing.

Tiffany said...

Wow, Alice! She is a perfect little angel! Love the headpiece on her, really beautiful card!

Marja Rolfes said...

A super sweet card, Alice!!!
Have a blessed New Year!!
xxx
Dutch Tulip
Marja

Diane Jaquay said...

That is the SWEETEST image!!! Beautiful card, Alice!

Danni said...

This is so beautiful! Wow!! I just {heart} it!

Kelly Booth said...

Just Precious....and her hair is just Gorgeous...happy New Year to you my Sweet Friend!~!

BabyBokChoy said...

Beautiful and serene!!! What a card!! Happy new year, even if it is just the Gregorian kind, lol. xoxo

Anne said...

Beautiful paring of stamps here Alice- such a fabulous one layer card! Wishing you a very happy new year!

Stamping Cafe said...

This is so beautiful, Alice! Love your coloring! Hugs!!

June Nelson said...

I adore the simplicity, the colour is fantastic its a wonderful card xxxx

debby4000 said...

Oh this is adorable Alice.
luv
Debby

lynn said...

oh, so sweet, alice! love this adorable image! happy new year!

Kathy Martin said...

Too cute!

Karen B. said...

This card looks familiar. :}

Dottie said...

Love this card. The image is adorable and you did a fantastic job. Wishing you a happy new year.

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