Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Link in the chain - November

It’s reveal day at Card Chain Challenge - mine went over the Pond to Jutta in Canada this time so once again, light and flat for airmailing was a good idea. 

From the options on offer this time I chose the colour palette (frost, blush and silver - pretty but not the easiest to pick up on camera) and two of the themes in that I combined an ungulate animal (that’s one with hooves if, like me, you’d never come across that word!) and stars. I also managed the product option of glitter to give the reindeer a little snowy drift to stand in.

Stamps:
Stars from Hello Baby Vol 1 (Darkroom Door)
Sentiment from an old Cornish Heritage Farms set

Paper:
Bristol board
Black

Ink:
Tim Holtz Distress ink by Ranger (Spun Sugar, Tumbled Glass)
Delicata by Tsukineko (Silvery Shimmer)

Other:
Corner Chomper
Reindeer Family dies (Paper Rose)

Star Framelits (Sizzix)
Crystal Glamour Dust (DecoArt)

Thanks for stopping by, hope you are keeping well.

8 comments:

Dotty Jo said...

Isn't ungulate a fabulous word???? Your card is a beauty, Joanne, and I love how you used the colours in your star. Thanks for being a link in our chain, Jo x

HilaryJane said...

This is wonderful, I love it. the black die cuts create wonderful contrast with the soft colours. Well done for using of many of the options too xx

Debbie said...

ooo new word of the day - love the card too , I like cards with ungulate animals too - well deer anyway

Waverunner said...

:) It does sounds like a word that should be describing snakes or starfish or something not on 4 legs...

This is pretty. You always do such a nice job with silhouettes.

hugs Margot

Shabneez said...

Love this! Hope you are keeping well and safe. Shabneez x

Tina Z. said...

Just gorgeous!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Really love what you did with the colors, Joanne!! The stenciled stars look amazing and I love the reindeer pair with the glittery snow!!

Jutta said...

Hello just wanted you to know that your lovely card has arrived safely to add cheer to our holidays! Merry Christmas!