Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Winter Vintage Phone Booth

Good morning!  Another Christmas card post.  I'm hoping to be posting thick and fast now as the big day approaches.  I am so far behind compared to previous years I think I am going to have to give in and buy some to top up my collection.  I thought the Vintage Phone Booth #L10 stamp might look good covered in snow on a Christmas card, maybe to send abroad...what do you think?
I've coloured the image with copics and added details with a gold gel pen.  I've then added lots of Snowtext to all the edges where snow would settle.
To give the snow that extra sparkle I added some stickles once the Snowtext was dry.
The gorgeous gingham ribbon and rustic bells are from the Ribbon Girl and so is the white button twine.  The pine cone is handmade with Tim Holtz Pine Cone die.
The gorgeous snowflake is a doohickey die and the Kort & Godt flower is from The Ribbon Girl too.
The flower and tiny berries I've used for the centre are also from the Ribbon Girl, along with the cheesecloth and lace.  The sentiment is from the new Magnolia collection but I have separated the words for this card.
I used a Doohickey tag behind the image and all the stitching was drawn with a black pen.
I hope you like it and thanks for looking! x

3 comments:

littlebee said...

What a beautiful card Jane, the recipient will be delighted to receive this. Stunning. Sue

Jasmin said...

Wonderful Cards!!! Especially for London-Fans like me :)
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Julie Kitchener said...

wow!!!!! how stunning your work is!!