Sunday, 7 December 2014

Winter Wonderland at Stamping Sensations


It is the first Sunday of the month and time for a new challenge at Stamping Sensations. Our theme this month is Winter Wonderland - perfect for any last minute Christmas cards, or winter birthdays. I have made a couple of scenic cards - no surprise there, lol! This month we are being sponsored by Chloe's Creative cards. I have used their Starry wreath, embossed in holographic silver, as a frame for my little scene (Deer -Stampscapes, Tree- Making Tracks, Inc.). I used my ink dusters to make the sunset with Memento inks.
I used the same colours (Grape Jelly, Dandelion, Tangelo) to make the little scene below.
 All stamps except the sentiment are from Inkylicious for this one.
 Here is a different angle so you can see the glittery snow.
The prize is this lovely lot of stash and stamps!
 
Do pop over to the challenge blog and take a look at all the fabulous creations that the DT have made this month. There are so many beautiful creations! It has been a whirlwind weekend for us. Megan had her black belt grading yesterday. I am delighted to say she passed and here is a photo of her sporting her shiny new belt alongside two other successful students, Heidi and Stuart, who are also from GKR region 30.
Here is an action shot or two!

Our form of Karate practices minimum contact, so Megan didn't land a punch on this young man's chin, but it was definitely on target! I would be scared, lol! In a couple of hours we are off out to celebrate Steve's Dad's 94th birthday with some of the family.
Thanks for looking and I hope to pop over and see you soon!

12 comments:

  1. First of all well done to Meg !!

    Two lovely cards Sal, very hard to choose a fav but think the wreath one may just edge it for me.

    Have a lovely Sunday.

    B x

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  2. Lovely cards Sally. I am very taken with these sunsetty cards, they capture the essence of winter so perfectly. I love both designs. Great work. Elaine x

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  3. Two stunning cards Sally. Chloe's wreath makes a wonderful frame for the top scene. I also love the second scene too. Congratulations to Megan getting her black belt yesterday.

    Sue xx

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  4. Hello Sally

    Two beautiful and stunning cards, I love them both
    I love the wreath on the first and the little scene is perfect.
    Your second card is beautiful and the Winter scene stunning. I just love the orange glow in the sky.
    You make the most amazing scenic cards.

    Congratulations to Megan - what an achievement.

    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  5. Gorgeous cards Sally - love the wreath stamp from Chloe's not seen it before as she was not at Harrogate in summer but will watch out for this one - lovely scenes as always.
    Congrats to Megan too x Susan x

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  6. Well done Megan - I know just how much hard work goes into a black belt!
    These are gorgeous cards, Sally, I love the scenes you create they're real works of art.

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  7. LOVE your 2 gorgeous scenic cards Sally.

    CONGRATS to your daughter on passing her black belt grade. Don't mess with HER! GIRL POWER!

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  8. Two beautiful scenic cards Sally, I love the starry wreath too, it makes a lovely frame.
    Congratulations to Megan for achieving her Karate black belt.
    Jean x

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  9. Two fab scenic cards Sally, I love the scene in that lovely wreath stamp .Congratulations to your daughter too

    Joan

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  10. Your winter wonderland scenes are
    just .......Wonderfull......
    I went to the Lavina workshop the other weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. hugs Mrs A.

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  11. Two gorgeous creations Sally, and well done Megan.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  12. Oh my gosh! Using a wreath as a frame is so clever. This is the perfect wreath for such a lovely scene. Both cards are just simply wonderful!

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