Thursday, 15 September 2011

Seeing Double

This week at  LESS IS MORE they are seeing double. I couldn't enter last weeks challenge but found a bit of time to enter this weeks.
I stamped the holly and drew gold lines then stamped the stars. I coloured the stars by colouring the points with a gold pen and spreading the colour using a water brush. I then added some little red berries to the holly and gold bows to the stars.
Ingredients.
Artemio stamps for the stars.
Inkadinkado stamps for the holly and words.
Pentel, gold pen.
Sakura, red pen.
Archival ink, jet black and Olive.
Here is a cream card made exactly the same.

21 comments:

  1. Great cards, simple and very elegant. Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Love the simplicity of these!

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  3. lovely card,
    i might have to 'steal' this idea for when i finally get my head around to Christams . . . probably the 1st week in December LOL
    janet

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  4. That is so yule cool Hazel :)
    Von xxx

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  5. I like your starry cards. Very Christmas.

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  6. These are lovely Hazel... I think the first one gets my vote for colour choice, but they're both super. Lovely shading.
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  7. Hi Hazel. Lovely cards. No fuss just perfect.
    Regards Florence x

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  8. great less is more cards hazel, though I think my fav is the gold star one- Debi x

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  9. They are both fabulous Hazel
    Perfectly placed
    Thank you
    Mandi
    "Less is More"

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  10. These are lovely Xmas cards Hazel - the colours look really good! I still haven't started mine :-( Maria x

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  11. What a brilliant card, the stars are so cute. Love the way you've hung them from the holly too. Becky x

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  12. Gorgeous cards Hazel! I love this layout for hanging things and the stars are very effective. Vx

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  13. Oh! so lovely! Funny how sometimes cards with minimalist design are more powerful than those loaded with things. I must remember that!

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  14. It is amazing how much impact this Christmas card really has. Really lovely.
    I am dragging my heels with Christmas cardmaking, had a great start but then started to lose interest :(
    Lynne x

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  15. Fabulous cards, Hazel. May have to pinch this idea when I make my cards in December. lol

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  16. Very elegant Hazel, I love them. Julia xxx

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  17. Hi Hazel, Love these fab stars all grungy and gorgeous :0) Gay xxx

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  18. Simply gorgeous - great design, Hazel x

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  19. Oh wonderful, love your clean and simple design. Kim

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