Friday, December 16, 2016

Noel with Lydia

Hi there everyone and a very happy Friday! Lydia here with you today on the Winnie & Walter blog, and I'm sharing a fun one layer card idea.



First I stamped and gold embossed the word 'noel' using Typecast:Cary, I love the clean and classic look of this alphabet stamp set and can see me reaching for this time and again. Once the sentiment was in place I could then move on to stamp the flower clusters into place.



I used the new In Bloom: Frenchy's Festive Florals with Angelica Suarez to stamp my flower clusters. I used quite a few elements from the set using my favourite Christmas colour combo for this year- red, teal with a little hint of pink, green and yellow. Once all the stamping was complete I took a grey coloured pencil and added a drop shadow to the gold embossed 'noel' to make it stand out a little more. I also added a few details to the larger flowers with coloured pencils.



Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you all have a great holiday season!

Hugs, Lydia xxx


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4 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful card!! I lovee how the noel stands out amongst those colorful flowers. So pretty! Thanks for sharing :)
    Cheers
    preety

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  2. So beautiful & classy! I need to ink up Frenchy's Festive Florals which recently arrived at my house!

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  3. wow super post thank you for sharing this stamp my bloom bunches. I utilized many components from the set utilizing my most loved Christmas shading combo during the current year-red, greenish blue with a little clue of pink, green and yellow. at I'm doing write my essay is a great support for writing your own paper. I think my website helpful you.When all the stamping was finished I took a dim hued pencil and added a drop shadow to the gold emblazoned "noel" to make it emerge somewhat more. I likewise added a couple points of interest to the bigger blooms with shaded pencils.

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