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Christmas Is Coming

Do you go and pick a real tree at Christmas? We have never had a real tree, never ever! Every year I say next year I want a real tree and every year without fail something else needs our cash and so our fake tree comes back out of storage.
These critters look like they have had a great time picking theirs


There is a video on my YouTube Channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner




Card Making Supplies
Christmas  is coming stamp and die set by Hello Bluebird
Distress Ink in Chipped Sapphire, Faded Jeans, Salty Ocean, Black Soot and Picket Fence
Spectrum Noir Midas ink in silver
Heffy doodle slim line dies
Heffy doodle scalloped edge slim line die
Versamark
Embossing powder in white
Time for tea designs landscape dies
Tiny pearl gems
Spectrum Noir finesse in Rustic brown
Spectrum Noir alcohol markers
White Pearlescent card

Card Making Tutorial

A piece of white card was cut with the slim line die


This was blended in Chipped Sapphire, Faded Jeans and Salty Ocean


The edges were blended in black soot

A small patch was blended in picket fence to give the glow from Foxy's lantern


 
The snow flakes were stamped in Picket Fence and the stars in the silver Midas


A sentiment was heat embossed in white into the sky


A scrap of pearlescent white was cut with a stitched slim line die 


Before being cut with the landscape die and glued onto the card panel


The images were stamped, coloured and die cut then arranged onto my snowy landscape. The gems were glued on to resemble snowflakes


A scalloped die was used on pearlescent white card and this was glued behind the panel


This was then adhered onto a blue slim line card base



Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx







20 comments:

  1. A fabulous card Claire, you have created a wonderful Christmas scene.
    We always had a real Christmas tree until we had underfloor heating installed, not any more - the needles seem to drop almost immediately so we now have artificial trees.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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    1. Oh that is really useful to know we have it too in our kitchen so will def have to have artificial in there. Thank you x

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  2. Love the cute little critters collecting their tree-we have had a couple of real ones in the past when they used to shed all the needles!!!My son has a really big bay window and as he works at a garden centre on the weekend they have a beautiful massive real one every year
    carol x

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  3. Love the wodland critters carrying home their tree,a beautiful card

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  4. Another fabulous card Claire and another fabulous background, love the cute little images, so adorable..I have a fake tree and sometimes no tree, I decorate my dinning table with everything in my Christmas box and there is a little tree in there which can sit on the table and a train set that goes around the table, so it does look very festive..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  5. what a gorgeous scene Claire, and so very creative, and beautifully executed too
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. When I was a child, my dad would go out and chop down a tree and bring it in on Christmas Eve and I will never forget the wonderful fresh pine smell! What a fun scene you've created with those cuties! Vicky x

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  7. Such a cute scene you've created Claire! We don't have a tree so problem solved - ha! Shabneez x

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  8. When the kids were home we cut our tree but now I only use artificial They are pretty and so much less work and mess Yes it was as fun as these little critters make it look .........Lis

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  9. So adorable, love this cute scene you created

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