Cute Card Thursday blog is titled 'The Eternal Flame' and as always we are looking forward to seeing what you make of our theme, with different interpretations from the Design Team for your inspiration. Our sponsor for this challenge is Bunny Zoe's Crafts, stop by the CCT blog to read all about the prize.
As I had already made a candle jar a couple of weeks back, I made a card with the darling little Daisy holding her own flame. The stamp is from Marianne Design and I added to it with some of the scenery from the Don and Daisy Winter collection, coloured with my Copics, adding lots of Stickles for the snow and Liquid Pearls for the falling snow.
Here's the finished card. I've used papers from Marianne Design and of course lots of MD die cut pieces from a soft pearl paper that shimmers nicely under the lights but isn't showing up in my picture.
Here's the list of Marianne Design products I've used for my card:
Wintertime Pretty Paper pack - PK9100
Daisy with candle stamp - DDS3325
Don & Daisy Winter scenery - DDS3331
red fancy cut circle mat - LR0141
snowflakes - CR1225
flower - CR1204 with red centre from the mini poinsettia set LR0142
mistletoe sprays - LR0189
fronds - LR0227
The Fab 'n' Funky challenge is for a touch of frost - to create a snowy scene or have frosting on your card - I have done both! Totally Gorjuss are also looking for snowy creations so one for them too.
Hello Annie,I just love your sweet image and embellies. Fab paper.ReplyDelete
Hugs Sue x x
Oh, I just adore this card Annie! I love the image and those fabulous die cuts!ReplyDelete
Oh she is such a cutie hun! Lovely design, and as always, made to perfection. Hugs xxReplyDelete
hiya Annie, just catching up with your lovely creations, I feel that this is the first time in weeks I've had enough time to blog hop and catch up with everyone, gosh time fliesReplyDelete
Aawww this is gorgeous Annie! I love the sweet image and yummy colours too :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Annie, what a sweetie. Love that shade of blue with the red.ReplyDelete
Just been having a catch up while I can get online! That coffe and walnut cake looked very yummy. My daughter is wheat and gluten intolerant so I always try to have something in the cupboard for her when she visits. Last year I made a gluten free Christmas cake so I didn't have to buy a special one for her. It was really nice and I'm sure no-one noticed any difference! She also feels it is worth the effort of making sure everything is gluten free not to have the tummy aches!
This is gorgeous love the flower embellishment you have used thanks for joining our Touch of Frost Challenge at Fab n FunkyReplyDelete
Gorgeous card and such an adorable image. Your die cuts really pop. I love the decorative paper too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing along at Fab'n'Funky Challenges this week.
Super colouring and your embellishments are lovely, Annie! Delightfully pretty! Hugs, LesleyReplyDelete
It's gorgeous Annie, I know I commented on it before on the CCT FB page, but it was lovely to have a second look on here !ReplyDelete
Those are really very pretty papers.