Christmas Card Throwdown- sketch 52cct29-21
Christmas Crafts All Year Round- O & P for Ornaments, Penguin, Periwinkle & Purple.
Retro Rubber Challenge-Anything Goes rrcb164
Crafty Animals- Anything Goes
I had some fun making this card with Wilber the penguin with periwinkle feet. I coloured him with my tombow markers and I stamped Wilber in basic black. I stamped the ornaments in purple and used periwinkle embossing powder on the one ornament and green sparkle on the other that one only sees when you move the card around. I cut out the areas where I wanted the images to show through on the black cardstock. I stamped the evergreen in versamark which is a clear sticky pad and used my perfect Pearl's in magenta and a green to create the look. I glued the black onto the white and added green ribbon as a frame. Wilber, the Penguin stamp must be at least 15 yrs old and the ornament about 10 years. The evergreen stamp is 3 yrs old. I think my Christmas Wilber card turned out ok.
You've had that penguin stamp a long time. A favorite? He's cute.ReplyDelete
Again, this is something different, a non-traditional Christmas card and a refreshing change from Santas and Frostys. I needed to look up the color periwinkle to learn that it ranges from a light lavender blue to a deep almost confederate blue. I also admire the green and purple shades on the card, and Wilbur the Penguin is a cute, endearing character.
Thanks for playing Show & Tell, dear friend BB. I'll see you tamale when together we bust our brains on the WSC!
Great fun card Birgit and I can see you have enjoyed using lots of different stamps and techniques to a fabulous design….bet it took ages!….take care xxxxReplyDelete
Lots of beautiful detail in your gorgeous card! Thanks for joining us at 52CCT:)ReplyDelete
A fabulous card Birgit, super penguin image and lots of great detail, Kate xReplyDelete
Such a cute little penguin and the background is fabulous! And so happy you shared it with us at Retro Rubber this week!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty card! Thank you for joining the Christmas Card Throwdown.ReplyDelete
Hope to see you again in our new challenge as well :-)
Thank you for all your wonderful comments. Glad everyone loves WilberReplyDelete