Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Snow, Pine & Mahogany

The new colour challenge at Gingersnap Creations is Snow, Pine & Mahogany using the colours white, dark green and a deep reddish-brown. My card was inspired by the old Christmas carol: O Tannebaum (O Christmas Tree) ...
The base is a white slightly textured white card.
I layered reddish-brown My Mind's Eye paper, dark green corrugated card from Inspire Me papers and white card.
The white card has been embossed with the Cuttlebug snow flake folder.
For the scenery I used a tree stamp (sorry don't know the company), did some fuzzy cutting and coloured it with chalks and some Icicle Stickles.
The deer image and the musical notes are free clip art from the web, the words printed.
I finished off the card with some dark green organza ribbon from my stash.

For checking out all the other fabulous creations of the Gingersnap DT hop over to the Gingersnap Creations blog and come and join us for the fun, happy crafting, Petra.

10 comments:

Maureen said...

This is a beautiful card Petra, have a good christmas!!

faerwillow said...

~petra...gorgeous...you captured the essence and beauty of nature perfectly...the colors textures and images are just plain beautiful...thank you so for sharing...warm holiday wishes and brightest blessings upon you always~

Netty said...

I really love this Petra, it looks like a wonderful Winters picture. Oooh its really fabulous my friend. Annette x

Lynn Stevens said...

Petra, Love all your layers and yummy texture! A Beautiful card, Bravo!!!!

2amscrapper said...

stunning card--I love all of the elements!

Sherry Edwards said...

A beautiful card Petra - your ribbon is the perfect finishing touch!

Priyanka said...

ur work is inspirational dear.

Luz Maria Bruna said...

What a beautiful card,love the pine trees!!

Shar said...

Wonderful card! I love the way you layered your scene! Awesome!

Julia Aston said...

Love all the textures on this pretty card - and the wonderful shimmery layered trees!

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