Friday 23 November 2018

Stars up above

Daring Cardmakers is seeing stars for this week’s challenge - whether it’s a single star guiding the three wise men or a whole sky full of them, let's see some stars!

Retro Rubber is celebrating its 100th Challenge with a tic-tac-toe board and I’m playing along there too. I chose the middle row: ink smooshing, confetti, die cut or punched shape. I hope die cut confetti fits the bill, I don’t have any other sort in my stash. The larger star is punched.

The dancing snowman has been in my collection since 2009 and I thought the sentiment suited him!

Dancing snowman (Cornish Heritage Farms, sadly no longer with us)
Sentiment from Festive Foliage (mine is the original Waltzingmouse Stamps set, the same design is now available from Gina K)

Bristol board
Silver glitter card

Brilliance by Tsukineko (Graphite Black)
Tim Holtz Distress ink by Ranger (Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers)

Copic markers
Confetti die by Mama Elephant
Star squeeze punch by Fiskars
Black fineline marker

Thanks for stopping by!


Dotty Jo said...

Yes, he does suit the sentiment! Cute, Jo x

Jan Clothier said...

Oh my word, this is fabulous! The ink smooshing and starry confetti is a perfect playground for this merry chappie. The doodle frame is perfect for adding to that sense of fun. Thank you for playing along with us at Retro Rubber Challenge with this beauty!

LeAnne said...

This is absolutely adorable! Perfect technique for your background and your little snowman is as jolly as can be! So happy you played with our 100th challenge!

Debbie said...

love this card - very merry


Kathy said...

I love this snowman, he looks utterly delighted to be here!

Shabneez said...

Love it Joanne - it all goes together so well. Shabneez x

Neva Cole said...

I love the ink smooshing and how it adds movement to the design! Such a cheerful card! Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber for 100th Celebration Challenge.

Claire Grantham said...

I think your confetti totally works - LOVE your ink smoosh, it looks great and that border is awesome. Great card thanks for joining us for the Retro Rubber 100th Challenge and for commenting on my blog. Claire DT