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Jenny Lawrence

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Ashford, Kent, United Kingdom
Hi and welcome to cardsarus blog spot My name is Jenny Lawrence and I live in Kent. My dear and wonderful husband Tony passed away in March 2019 We had been married for 36 years. I also lost my first Husband to the big C when I was quite young. I have 3 children and 3 stepchildren. 12 Grandchildren and 3 Little Great Granddaughters and a Great Grandson. I have been card making for about 20 years. I have made things all my life as my Mum and Grand Mother taught me lots of hobbies. I have made my own clothes, knitted garments, hand embroidered items of clothing, and crocheted items too. I love to bake my own cakes as well.

Monday, 17 September 2018

CHRISTMAS CARD WITH A SCENE


Hi, and welcome to all my very talented, and craft loving friends.

Have been playing about with my freebie stamps today so I could enter the Allsorts Challenge this week.
So I thought I would make a Christmas card so my stash of Christmas cards gets larger.

Not sure about this scene, and I had great troubles with the snow stamp it wouldn't stay on the Misti or a stamping block in the end I just had to use my hand for the stamping.



This is a 7"x7" size card.
I started by masking off my moon and then inked my sky with DOI Broken China, and then added Faded Jeans DI.
I swooshed some Tumbled Glass DI across the moon.
Then I added my little house trees, and greetings.
I then cleaned the ink from the house with a wet paintbrush, and tissue, and added some white gel pen to the roof, and some grey Memento ink to the walls of the house.
I grounded my house, and my trees with the Grey Memento Ink on a brush with water.
Finally used an antistatic bag all over it and stamped my snow with Versamark embossing ink, and heat embossed it with Seafoam White embossing powder.
I did add a Spectrum Clear Glitter pen to the snow, but I'm not sure if it will show on camera.
The inside was stamped with more of the freebie stamps.

Thank you so much for your visit, and precious time.
I really appreciate every visit, and wonderful comment.
Lots of crafty love.  JENNY.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges. 

25 comments:

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Jenny, This is a gorgeous 'snowy' card, I love the 'snow flurries'.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Sarah said...

A fantastic scene Jenny, love the snow!! xx

Kathleen said...

A really lovely scene Jenny, very wintery looking, great images too. Super background.
Maybe it is one of those stamps where you need to put some Pritt stick or glue stick on the back of the stamp. I have a few like that and that is what I do.
Thank you for joining our 'Create a Scene' challenge at Allsorts.

Kath x


Chris said...

Fabulous stamping to create your snowy Christmas scene, love the icy wintery colours, this has a wonderful magical air about it..the falling snow is very effective.
Chris
xx

Claire said...

I think its very pretty and a wonderful wintery scene. The little house nestled in the corner gives the card great perspective x

MaryH said...

Your snowy scene is lovely, and it looks quite realistic too! The trio of trees down the hill from the little house is so pretty. Great job on the mask off with the moon in the winter night sky - and what a glow around the moon. When it has snowed here, and we walk out on the porch, we've seen scenes just like what you've created on this card. The shimmer of the mat around the base adds a nice effect to draw the eye inward this winter scene. Good job! TFS & Hugs

Kelly Lloyd said...

Aww wow I love this card. The scene our have created is beautiful x

meg said...

Beautiful scene Jenny I think the snow stamp looks smashing would never guess it caused you so many problems, it was worth persevering with it

Wendy L said...

It looks wonderful Jenny. I really should get into stamping a bit more.
Thanks for entering it into Allsorts too, xxx

Jackie T said...

Hi Jenny this is a stunning card I love the scene you have created. Have a great day. Take care. Hugs Jackie

brenda said...

It's a really pretty winter scene Jenny and I am always so impressed how beautifully you finish the insides of your cards as well, it's perfect for our 'Create a Scene' theme at Allsorts challenge, many thanks for joining in.

B x

Craftyhugs said...

Hi Jenny this is awesome! Sorry for not commenting sooner I've not been on blogger much the past week. I love your moon and the sky and snow is stunning. A lovely card. Hope you're well? Xx

Poppyfield Card Crafts said...

Hi Jenny

A very beautiful card, love the snow and super colouring. Gorgeous inserts too

Good luck with the Allsorts Challenge

Happy crafting...

June x

Mia said...

Gorgeous Christmas card, Jenny. I really LOVE it. Hugs, my friend.

Brenda in IN said...

A very pretty serene scene with the snow falling. I love the snow on the roof and that gorgeous moon.

Brenda said...

Wow Jenny, this is an amazing scene! Your sky and moon is just stunning. Love the trees and the little cottage. Well I love everything about this card! Maybe you can wash the stamp to get it to stick, or maybe you can add "tack it over and over" on the back of it. Such beautiful stamps so you need to find a way to be able to use them. Hugs, Brenda

Mrs A. said...

Your card scene is lovely. What's not To like about it. Hugs Mrs A.

cuilliesocks said...

Hi Jenny your card is absolutely gorgeous, a beautiful snowy scene, I love it, also the cool shades are fab, Kate x

Lisa said...

It's so stunning, Jenny!! I love the snowy scene you've created!! The colors are beautiful!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

pam said...

Love the beautiful scene you created Jenny.
Pam x

KandA said...

Beautiful card Jenny. A wonderful wintery scene and your snow stamping is perfect xx

Michelle said...

Not to worry Jenny, it is a gorgeous snowy, christmasy scene - love this - Michelle x

Gerrie's kaarten said...

Prachtige kaart
Groetjes Gerrie

Liz said...

Beautiful Christmas card, Jenny, I love the scene you've created. xx

scrappymo! said...

This is such a gorgeous scene, Jenny. I love the snowy, misty feeling you obtained here.

The inside is as beautiful as the outside (as always).