Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Dull Tuesday weather today .....

Morning peeps

Clare has set a Pink project Friday throughout October to raise awareness for Breast Cancer and, I'm ashamed to say, I've only just got round to making this, my second project for the challenge ........

 

Materials used:
  • ATC blank
  • Distress Ink in worn lipstick "swiped" over the ATC
  • Stampington punchinella image stamped using the D.I. too
  • Kaisercraft vintage fence image stamped using Brilliance sky blue
  • Kaisercraft distress image stamped using Brilliance orchid though, sadly, it doesn't show up in the photo
  • Hero Arts sentiment and Studiog image stamped using Versafine onyx black
  • Scribbles "nightstar" 3D glitter glue

And now for a Christmas card ..



Materials used:
  • White C5 card and matching sized envelope
  • Kraft, brick red and tan scallop edged card for matting and layering
  • Penny Black Sentiment banner stamped using Versafine onyx black ink
  • Sparkle 'n Sprinkle penguin image stamped using Memento tuxedo black
  • Alcohol markers to colour image
  • Inkadinkado snowflakes stamped using Brilliance sky blue ink
  • Quickie glue pen used to highlight snowflakes before sprinkling (liberally) with crystal glamour dust
 
 And now for some more views .....

This is one of the lakes close to Wynneth

This lake is viewed from the place Wynneth and Tom are staying

And so is this one!
 
Have a great Tuesday

4 comments:

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

LOVE the pink ATC and the Christmas card . . . with another banner I see!

Great lake photo's.

We have a beautiful autumn day here, chilly but sunny . . . have been to Brighton this morning - mooching round the Lanes.

Hugs
Sarn xxx

cheryl Baker said...

oh love the atc hun,and that gorgeous card and oh those photos,they are brilliant,love them,hugs Cherylxxxx

clare said...

Love your pink project and fab photos. X

Lesley Thomas said...

Lovely cards Kathy, and stunning skies with reflections. Wish I was there, it's chucking it down here today, and I need the lights on to see anything!