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Sunday, 20 July 2014

LOTV - Christmas Candle

Good morning everyone,

I hope you had a good week and are enjoying your weekend. It is still hot here, too hot for me, even though we have had some rain and thunderstorms.  I am really struggling with my crafty mojo at the moment, I think it is a mixture of the heat and tiredness, but I am on count down now, two and a half days left until the summer holidays - yay! 

This morning we have a new colour challenge at the Ribbon Girls and this month the colour is  Aqua. I took a long time deciding which image to colour and which medium to use, but eventually decided on my Spectrum Noir Pencils. She is oldie LOTV image called 'Christmas Candle' which I have stamped onto Kraft card.  I am very new to colouring on Kraft card, but quite enjoying it.  I have gone a bit mad with the Frantage and sprinkled it on the die cuts and the corrugated card tucked behind the image. Peeping out from the top is some gorgeous cheesecloth. The Christmas papers are by Maja.The beautiful flowers, ribbon, cheesecloth, lace , bakers twine, jingle bells and lush diamante snowflake are all from the Ribbon Girls. Links to the products are at the bottom of this post, just click on a picture to be taken to the product.


Pencils:
Skin: 091, 89, 004 Essentials set
Clothes: 072, 055, 063, 062 Marine and Nature set
Scarf and Hair: 104, 102, 101, 100 Marine and Primaries set
Shoes: 111, 110, 109 Marine set
Holly: 060, 059, 058 Nature and Essentials
Candle: 004, 015, 003, 027, Primaries and Essentials

We two amazing prizes up for grabs:


to spend in their beautiful shops.

I will be back this afternoon with a new card for the LHOSM challenge.

Thank you for popping in, and for all the lovely comments you leave me.

Hugs
Gina xx

4 comments:

  1. This is lush Gina. Fabulous pencil colouring on kraft and such stunning detail.
    Laine
    xx

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  2. Woww such a great card Gina!
    Hugs Kristel

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  3. Such pretty colours, just beautiful!
    Hugs Julie P

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  4. Wow, your colouring on Kraft looks wonderful, that's something I have yet to tackle. LOVE that fabulous shade and all your details :) xx

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