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

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

  3. Gorgeous card, love the CAS design.

  4. 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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