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Wednesday, 1 September 2021

Snow bunnies


 Hello, I have another stamped card to share, again using some Lavinia stamps. I masked the edges of  a square of white cardstock &  created the background scene by sponging with distress inks , stamped the bunnies (ok they're hares!) trees and sentiment. Lots of tiny dots with a white gel pen for falling snow....job done! I need to get cracking with the Christmas cards now that September has arrived

We're meeting some friends for a meal out this evening, just at our local club...but it's so nice to be able to do it again- I love NOT cooking!


Thanks for visiting

Chris

x


Challenge entries:

hollyandivy #100

craftyanimals #54

creativecraftcottage #143

pammiesinkypinkies #2135

allsorts #639 (2nd entry)



22 comments:

meg said...

An absolutely beautiful Christmas card Chris,the sky looks as though it is full of snow, the scene you created is so peaceful

brenda said...

Totally delightful Chris and to be honest very few would even bother to study the ears to know which they were unless you had mentioned it.

B x

brenda said...

Mean to say enjoy your meal out.

B x

Sue said...

Awww this card is gorgeous Chris love the scene you have made and have a lovely meal out hugs Sue x

Ellibelle said...

What a beautiful scene you create for these cute Lavinia rabbits! They are on my wish list!!
Thank you so much for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge!
Ellie
Ellibelle's Corner

Shona Erlenborn said...

This is fabulous Chris! Gorgeous background!

Liz said...

Fabulous card Chris. I love the beautiful scene you’ve created. xx

Janette said...

Hi Chris, this is so beautiful, I think I might be tempted put it in a frame its so pretty and bring it out every Christmas....{its a thing...}.xx

NickScrapShack said...

So cute! and I must admit I love Lavinia stamps but don´t own any yet. I´ve been building up my LF collection instead. Well I guess you can´t have them all? or can you?

Pat said...

Awesome card Chris, love the gorgeous scene you have created. Hope you enjoyed your meal.

Pat xx

SarahR said...

Oh that's beautiful Chris! A perfect, snowy, winter scene - the background is such a lovely colour. Loved the fairies in your previous post as well, the fairies stamp is fabulous!

Apologies for having been missing from commenting recently, life has been busy but hoping it calms down once school is back, and I have more time for me!

Sarah

coldwaters2 said...

Oh Chris I absolutely love this amazing festive creation it is so beautiful I love the mono theme and the 'bunnies' those trees look fantastic as does the snow dunes and sky brilliant card.
hugs
lorraine x

Chrissy said...

What a beautiful stamped scene Chris..I love the wintry sky and the softness of the snow banks with the trees and bunnies..beautiful.

Luv CHRISSYxx

aussie aNNie said...

Adorable colours on your card and the stamps are gorgeous...xx
[seems like our furbabies love the same thing, loads of running as so fast but thanfully, like Marvin, Bella always comes back to us when called....good doggies.]

Lynda said...

What a gorgeous scene - love the way you masked around the edge to create a frame - so cute. Thank you for joining us at The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge xx Lynda/Loopyloo DT

R's Rue said...

Beautiful 😍

chrissy xx said...

What a FABulous scene. LOve your choice of colours too.
Going Italian Thursday night for Freya's 15th. Really looking forward to it.
Chrissyxx

pinky said...

Such a gorgeous tranquil scene Chris, love it. I hope you enjoyed your meal out! Sounds like bliss as I HATE cooking too lol.

Aunty Sue said...

Just love this. Hope the meal went well

D.L. Walls said...

Lovely Christmas Card. I love Silhouette stamps and Lavinia does them best. Thanks for sharing with us at Pammie's Inky Pinkies! Donna

mixamatoasties said...

I am in awe. That is stunning! Please teach me to do that! xx

https://shinebrightandcreate@blogspot.com/ said...

This is such a beautiful card Chris. Your background scene is just perfect, so delicate, and yet with all the shading and detail in the right places. Such a joy to look at. Michelle x