22 October 2012

A little Lili of the Valley Christmas

Hello everyone, I hope you all enjoyed your weekend and have had a great start to the week.  I spent most of yesterday making a lighthouse with my daughter and you should have seen the state of us covered in PVA glue and tissue paper we were.  Not a great deal left to do apart from painting it but we had great fun.
 
Anyway, I have another Christmas card to show you today with a Lili of the Valley image

 
I think I'm in love with this image its so pretty and she was a doddle to colour.  She's been coloured with copics and I've used flock with glitter for the fur, glamour dust as the snow and liquid pearls as the falling snow.

 
The paper is Papermania 'Classic Christmas' from last year.  I love this paper my only peeve is the fact that there was only one sheet of each design.  The die cut message is from the decoupage die cut pack from the same collection. 

 
A bit of a close up of the image; she really is adorable.  You can also see my poinsettia as well which is a Marianne Design die.  This time I used vellum instead of card/paper and I think it looks better somehow more 'delicate' so now I have a use for all that vellum I accumulated way back when I started crafting and never knew what to do with it! 
 
Challenges I would like to enter:
 
 
 
 
Okay thats me done for today. I'm in the process of colouring up another image so I should be back pretty soon.
 
Take care and happy crafting.
 
Ann-Marie
xxx
 
 

4 comments:

  1. A totally gorgeous card Ann-Marie.
    Your colouring is amazing, I love the depths you achieve in the folds of her coat..superb!
    Love that poinsettia too..I never thought to try vellum! (yes, I have a stack of it too)

    Big hugs
    Elaine xx

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  2. Gorgeous card and so cute too.
    luv
    Debby

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  3. Beautiful card Ann-Marie. Love the image and your beautiful colouring, papers and gorgeous embellies.
    Hugs
    Caz x

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  4. Wow, this is fabulous. Love the detail and the colouring is wonderful. Thanks for joining us at Totally Papercrafts.
    Hugs Sue W.

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