Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Festive Fun

Good Morning everyone...

This week's challenge at 
is
Festive Fun!

The prize for this week's lucky winner is a 
£10 Voucher
from
My lovely friend Annette has kindly introduced me to the Stacey Yacula Studio at Purple Onion Designs -  I am now in love and my bank manager is crying!

For my DT card this week I have used the gorgeous Stacey Yacula Studio Stamp - 
Birch (winter bunny)
from Purple Onion Designs

I have coloured this sweetie with Copics and then, wait for it - drum roll - I have fussy cut (yes you heard it here first!) I'll say it again...! I have fussy cut the little bunny out.  (Blooming miracle he still has two ears and a bobble on his hat)!

I created a little winter scene with a super Clearly Besotted die, some starry paper and some Glamour Dust!

Finally, I have used a very ancient sentiment and cut a dotty frame with an MFT Die.

...and here we are - cute or wot!...
Ingredients
Stacey Yacula Studio Stamp - Birch (winter bunny)
from Purple Onion Designs
Copic Markers
Make it Colour Blending Card by Elaine Hughes (Marker Geek)
Blue Starry Paper From Christmas With Wellington Set by Docrafts
Red Polka Dot Paper From North Pole Set by Dovecraft
Clearly Besotted Tree Landscape Die
Sentiment From Personal Impressions Many Greetings set by Kirsty Wiseman
Multi Medium by Claudia Helmuth
Crystal Glamour Dust
Inks Used
Memento Ink pad in Tuxedo Black (Image)
Archival Ink pad in Watering Can (Sentiment)
Copics - 
Winter Bunny W0, W1, W3, R000
Hat & Gloves R27, R24, R14, YG93, YG95, YG97, E21, E23, E25
Trees YG93 YG95, YG97, E25

Thank you for visiting...

Happy Crafting...


and remember to pop straight to Creative Inspirations to look at the lovely DT Creations there and join in the fun!

from Sue...xxx

Please leave me a comment if you pop by, I am always very happy to see them and do enjoy reading them all. 

10 comments:

CornishKat said...

Fabulous card Sue. That character is adorable and I love the sparkly trees and snow. Well done on the fussy cutting :)
Hugs,
Katrina xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

I have long admired purple onion designs and this is so so cute, just want to hug him. Great little scene and love the spotted border. Now I have to go check out the images x

Whisper said...

Aaaah so sweet and cute and i'm not surprised you have got into these images, Luv Sam x

Lucy Woods said...

Wow love this!! Such a cute pretty winter scene!
I've been divining some extremely fussy-fussy cutting on my latest card too! Some of these images are way toooo fussy haha
Lucy x

Rainey's Craft Room said...

A very sweet little character and lovely scene Sue. I love Stacey's stamps too but only have a few, they are quite small so you did a great job with the cutting out :)
Lorraine

Kat W said...

Oh no! I have been trying to resist these cute little images for quite a while now and here you are tempting me! This bunny is CUTE! I'm glad he survived the fussy cutting process intact and he does look super on your pretty and sparkly snow scene :-) The frame design sets the scene off perfectly.

Big hugs, Kat xx

Annette said...

He is soooo adorable Sue. I LOVE HIM. And you're very brave to fussy cut these tiny critters. He's definitely worth it though, perfect colouring and I love the shading underneath him and the sentiment to ground them both. It's fab. Did I mention I love him!! LOL
ps - you'll be hooked now!

Christine L said...

HI Sweetie.... this little Purple Onion Critter is just the cutest!! I do love his warm hat with your traditional colour stripes.... and well done you on fussy cutting!! See? I told you that you could do it!! I'm loving everything about this card (as I always do with yours), the red dotty frame is perfect for the fabulous scene you created - the wonderful snowy hills and that fabby DP backdrop too! And of course, I'm going to have to order those little trees!!

Big hugs
Christine x

Helen Haines said...

Oooh this is too cute for words, love the little fuzzy trees to. Hugs Helen x

crafty-stamper said...

Really cute image and love the dotty frame and background
Carol x

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