Saturday, 25 September 2010

Whiff of Joy DT - Preview time!!!

It's time for myself and the rest of the Whiff of Joy DT to show you previews of the new stamps that will be released on the 1st October!! You will be blown away by all the gorgeous things we have to show you!! My first preview features, papers, dies, image AND sentiments from Whiff of Joy!!! I have used a gorgeous minty green snowflake paper from the new Winter Pretties paper pad, distressed with walnut stain distress ink and stickles. These papers are lovely and think, perfect if you like to distress them!!!

How cute is this image??? I've coloured the little penguins and their sledge with copics and actually mounted them on the inside of the card. I have then placed an acetate panel on the front of the card onto which I stamped snowflakes from last year's Whiff of Joy winter kit using white stazon so that the penguins are sledging through the snowstorm!

Onto the next really exciting bit about this upcoming release.....dies with matching stamps for your sentiments!!! The Let it Snow sentiment comes in a kit with lots of Christmas sentiments together with the scroll shape that I have stamped around it. This is a separate stamp so that you can use it with all the sentiments in the kit AND there is a die cut available separately that follows the lines of the stamped scrollwork!!! How cool is that!?!?! I stamped with bundled sage distress ink and inked the edges with walnut stain distress ink.

My snowflakes were created with Create a Flake 1 dies from Spellbinders, cut in cardstock and acetate which I've covered with diamond dust. The pearls, charm, and spacers are all from The Hobby House except the largest pearl which was a birthday gift from Lols!! (thanks so much hun :)) The lace is from my stash.

Inside the card I have mounted the image onto more snowflakes, cut in half, to create a snowflake frame around it.
Hope you like it and thanks for looking! I will have another preview for you tomorrow and my Magnolia Down Under Challenge card later this evening - hope you can pop back and enjoy your weekend. I'm doing my first ever workshop teaching distress ink colouring so hopefully it will go well!! x

11 comments:

june lanum said...

this card is gorgeous those snowflakes are out of this world......

bluebell said...

hi jane,ohhh these pengins are lovely,nice card lovebluebell x.

Dunja said...

OMG!!! Cant trust my eyes. Thats absolutly great. Amazing work of you. I love your style so much jane.

Hugs Dunja

Kellie Winnell said...

WOW Jane this is simply STUNNING! I am loving the white Christmas feel to it and your absolutely amazing colouring! LOVE it all!
Kellie xx

Debbie Pamment said...

WOW Jane - this is chillingly delicious - LOVE it! GREAT idea for the acetate snowflakes!
Am sure you did an amazing job at your class too!
xXx

Cordine said...

Ohhh, wow Jane, it's drop dead gorgeous!
I'm sure gonna get those WOJ stamps (and the rest i think)
Hugs
Cordine

Jannie said...

This is a gorgeous card. I love the colours and layout. The image is beautifully.

Have a great weekend

Hugs Jannie.

stephanne said...

Last year, I searched heaven and earth to find penguin images, looks like I was just a little bit too early, lol!! This is dropdead gorgeous Jane, the beautiful colours, papers, textures, the twinkling snowflakes, the, well, everything, it is divine!!
hugs, stephanne

Shelby Goolsby said...

Beautiful card, so many gorgeous details. I love the colors and distressing, so pretty.

Louise said...

What a lovely card and such a beautiful stamp! I know it´s even more beautiful when you worked your magic on it ;) Stunning, just stunning, Jane!

Have a lovely evening :)
Hugs!

yvon said...

Such a beautiful card. i love the image and the colors and especialy the snowflakes.
Hugs, Yvon