Carols....!!

November 08, 2018 1 Comment

Carols....!!

Hey everyone...

Ashlee here today to share with you a new card I made using the super cute 
"Carol kitten" stamp set (co-ordinating dies also available)!!

I masked the kittens to create a fun little scene of them singing carols out in the snow...
(They are all coloured up using Copic markers). 


I created the background by using a sun ray stencil with distress oxide inks and then used a snow stencil with some NUVO glimmer paste over the top. 

I had lots of fun creating this fun snowy scene, I hope you like it!!

Happy crafting friends, Ashlee




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Melanie Amaya
Melanie Amaya

November 26, 2018

This card is to cute and your coloring is fabulous.

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