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Wednesday, 27 May 2020

A winter scene...


Good morning, it's the last Wednesday of the month so we have a Christmas theme at Fab'n'Funky this week- anything goes as long as it's Christmas related. I made a bridge card and coloured up and fussy cut a sweet Mo Manning image- one of my all time faves! The background papers are from a magazine, I thought they went perfectly with this image and it was so quick just to cut them down to fit! The snowy foreground is made by swooping distress ink over a damp piece of card, letting it dry and adding a touch of glitter. I added a die cut lamp post a couple of tiny die cut birds coloured to look like robins and a die cut sentiment.  A card for my Christmas stash which I hoped would be a bit bigger by now...

There's more to see over at Fab'n' Funky where, as always my team have been busy creating some beautiful cards, it would be great to have you play along this week!
Thanks for visiting, have a lovely day
Chris
xx

Challenge entries:
hollyandivy #72
TIOT Cut it Up
unicorn #54
colourcrazy #20
CRAFT #556
Rudolph Day


18 comments:

Janette said...

You just can't beat a 'Mo' image can you, a gorgeous card Chris and those papers are perfect.xx

aussie aNNie said...

Stunning card Chris and love the fab image you chose. The papers are beautiful considering from a mag, some of them are.xxx

Shona Erlenborn said...

Love those snow banks, what a great idea. A beautiful scene you have created! Love your coloring on the pretty image.

Julieanne..aka pinkjools said...

Beautiful card Chris....love the Mo Manning image....and the shape of the card....Joolsx

meg said...

Fabulous combination of beautifully coloured image and papers Chris a great scene

Pat K said...

Gorgeous card Chris. Love the pretty background for this beautifully coloured image. Pat K xx

Jenny L said...

Hi Chris,
I love your gorgeous card and that super wonderful scene you have created.
She looks part of that background with her clothes blowing in the wind.
As always coloured perfectly too.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

scrappymo! said...

Stunning card, Chris! I have not tried this type of fold yet but now I sure want to try one.
The scene you have created looks great and that Mo Manning image is fantastic!
Love the fussy cutting job on that image. She looks so real with her clothes blowing with the wind!

Thanks for taking part in the May Rudolph Days Challenge.

Kathleen said...

The papers are, really perfect , a super scene with lovely images and aa great style of card. Love it.

Kath x

Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

Wow Chris, what a beauty! Love the gorgeous scene you've create! Stunning card hun and one of my favourite images of Mo's! LOVE the sweet robins and the fab lamp post! Stunning creation hun. Hugs, Wends xoxo

Jenny L said...

Hi Chris,
Happy Rudolf Days.
Back with my comment for the Rudolf Challenge.
As I said yeaterday I love this wonderful design and your work is always perfectly created.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

Michelle said...

Just so gorgeous - a lovely scenic card and the Mo manning image goes perfectly with it - Michelle x

Chrissy said...

Beautiful Christmas card Chris and I love this sweet image, the background is fabulous and love the die cut lamp post, little birds and your snowy mounds..fabulous..

Luv CHRISSYxx

Mrs A. said...

Wow. What a beautiful card. The snowy foreground looks fab. Hugs Mrs A.

pearshapedcrafting said...

A fabulous card and how great to find that background! Thank you for joining us at Try It On Tuesday! Chrisx

linda said...

Such a beautiful wintery scene featuring an adorable image that is beautifully coloured! I’ve not made one of these cards so must try this interesting technique. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely christmas card with the Rudolph Days Challenge.
Linda, DT

Valerie-Jael said...

What a gorgeous and atmospheric card. We have lamp-posts like that here where I live. Thanks for joining us at TIOT, Valerie

pinky said...

ach this is just gorgeous Chris. Love the background you have created for her.