Monday, April 12, 2021

Now I have four

I'm slow but moving forward. This is only four cards made for Christmas. Not a great start but better than not starting at all. This is for the caschristmascardchallenge that is rainbow this month. I used a Poppy Stamp Grand Madison Fireplace die for the mantel. The stockings and fire are Lawn Fawn. I colored the stockings with Copics and used a WOS pen for the white tops. Also added orange and brown WOS for shine to the fire after coloring with Copics. The bricks were made with a Stampendous metal stencil and blending brush. The sentiment is Impression Obession. 















Be kind to one another.




17 comments:

  1. Fabulous card Brenda
    Hugs Sylvie x

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  2. Cute card with all those colorful stockings. 4 Christmas cards already is 4 more than me.

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  3. What a fun way to incorporate the rainbow colours onto your wonderful Christmas card Brenda x....Yep 4 more than me too x.

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  4. Brenda, your rainbow card is adorable. Thanks for joining us a CAS Christmas. Keep on joining and your cards will be done by November. Hope all is well with you.

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  5. Such a sweet sentiment and I love the row of rainbow colored stockings!

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  6. Love how you stencilled the bricks in your fireplace Brenda, the row of colourful stockings is a great use of the rainbow colours too, such a fun card for the CAS Christmas gallery, Cathy x

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  7. Brenda, your rainbow stockings are adorable, and love your fire place with the roaring logs. Thanks for joining us at CAS Christmas :)

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  8. Those rainbow stockings are adorable Brenda! Love them hanging from the fireplace mantel. Such a sweet Christmas scene! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Christmas! xx

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  9. A fun Christmas card Brenda, I love the rainbow coloured stockings, a great idea.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  10. What a cute and fun Christmas card with the rainbow stockings! A beautiful warm scene with the fireplace! Wonderful sentiment, too!

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  11. That's right, Brenda, look at the positive side that four is better than zero! I think your Christmas hearth design is the best!! I love your idea of rainbow Christmas stockings! It's one of those, "why don't people do that" moments! I hope you are doing well. Busy day, but let's chat later in the week. See you tomorrow! Love, Darnell

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  12. Well this is such a wonderful design and I love the rainbow of Christmas stockings. Wonderful sentiment as well.

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  13. Stunning card, Brenda! It is a great idea to use rainbow colors for the socks. Four is much more than none. :-)
    Stay safe! Hugs, Sonja

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  14. Fantastic rainbow stockings on the mantle, Brenda! Yeah for you for getting started and keeping it up! Thank you for joining us at CAS Christmas!

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  15. Your rainbow stockings are adorable hanging from the fireplace. Great use of products to create your scene. Thank you for brightening up our gallery at CAS Christmas.

    btw, since you used a Poppystamp die, you could enter this into their Sending Rainbows challenge this month
    https://poppystamps.typepad.com/poppystamps/2021/04/psc79-sending-rainbows.html

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  16. What a wonderful scene with the rainbow stockings hung by the chimney with care!! xx

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  17. Absolutely perfect way to incorporate a rainbow into a Christmas card, Brenda!

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