I have some lovely email entries to share as well as our faithful DT designs.
Margaret in Yorkshire -
Margaret from Huddersfield in Yorkshire. Haven’t been in touch for a while, I’ve either left it too late to enter the challenge , or I just haven’t had an idea for a card.
The Trees, Tress, Trees Challenge set me thinking, and looking through our stock of stamps I decided to use just one set of stamps from Claritystamp. The name of the stamp set is Winter Trees and their Mantles and includes 4 bear trees and 4 mantles , or foliage stamps along with a border stamp.
For the card I used Adirondack inkpads in blues and greens , a brayer and torn paper to create the background. I then stamped the border along the bottom and added the bare trees using Versafine onyx black. I then added the Mantles using various shades of greens. Then with Adirondack inkpad in Pesto and torn paper I grounded all the trees. As a final touch I added some tiny bird ,also from Claritystamp, and sponged around the edges to help add dimention.
I have named the picture Woodland Glen. Hope you like it.
And from her daughter Dawn -
I bought a Memory Box stencil the other week which fits the theme perfectly, so I've made two cards with it. For the first, I used just one stamp - a Pheasant from Clarity Stamps; for my second, I used all Lavinia stamps (Stag, various Snowflakes, and a Fern stamp to add foliage around the edge).
Well, that's two Christmas cards finished at least!
Sue - Sue's Crafty Corner
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Have fun creating!
stunning makes one and all! Beautiful trees xx
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