Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Quick card..

Very quick card one layer card this morning using some of my new scene builder stamps from Card-io that I bought at Westpoint, they are ideal for posting flat Christmas cards and are so quick to make....need to practice on prospective though!

Off to patchwork later...


Anne

30 comments:

Marjorie said...

I love this Anne, and I think you have done a fabulous job of creating a lovely snowy scene...
Hugs,
Marjorie xx

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful stunning work, awesome images and love the touch of colours used.xx

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Aquarius said...

Snap - we've both been using stamps from Westpoint - sadly I didn't get the trees but managed to improvise with the one I did. These stamps make effective flat cards for easy posting.

Sandra H said...

This is beautiful what a lovely scene Anne will we have one like that during our winter.....Hope so! x

Astrid Maclean said...

Fabulous Anne, you created a beautiful scene here! Love the hints of colour in the sky and I have to say, I'm with you on the one layer Christmas cards, I'm definitely planning to do the same this year.

McCrafty's Cards said...

Beautiful card Anne I love this winter scene
Kevin xx

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Anne. The scene you have created is so beautiful.
Sue xx

brenda said...

What a lovely winters scene Anne, I've not come across these stamps before so will be checking them out.

B x

Doreen said...

This is just gorgeous, such a lovely scene.xxx

Patricia said...

I am not a stamper and would never have managed to creat such a super Scene Card.
Love what you have done, it's beautiful.

Patricia x

Loll Thompson said...

Great job Anne!! This does not look like a one layer card, so I'd say you aced that!! And I think your perspective is great. Love the sponged colour at the top to draw the eye upwards. Loll xx

Eve Maynard said...

Hi Anne,
I went to Westpoint on Sunday so I'm glad that you left some things for me to buy!! LOL!
Love your winter scene card - Cardio stamps are fab. You may also like to look on the 'Hobby Art' website as they sell scene stamps as well - I would sit on your purse though!!
Hope you have a lovely time at patchwork.
xx

Lorraine said...

A gorgeous card Anne. I love the scene you've created.
Lorraine x

Trish said...

A beautiful scene,great job!

pam said...

Beautiful scene you have created Anne, love the images you have used and soft colours.
pam

Sandy said...

Delightful Anne - stunning winter scene!
Sandy xx

Sue said...

Hello Anne,
Yes I agree the flat cards are the way to go ...I so wish I could make them!!!
Love this scene it is a lovely winters card for a British Christmas.
Your hint of Yellow is just a tease to make you believe the sun may come out, Ha
Smiles:)
Sue

Ruth Ann Hunter said...

Anne love your winter scene.....those new stamps are great. Ruth Ann

Pop's Cards said...

Good morning sweetie, this is just gorgeous, fabulous make hugs Pops x x x

Valerie Nolan said...

Lovely card Anne, I love Card-i-o stamps:-)
Val x

Karen B said...

Great card Anne and, as you said, easy for posting. Maybe think those rabbits are a bit fat though!!! lol 😜

Karen x

fabiola jaques said...

paisible et si charmante, biz

Anneke said...

Dear Anne
my compliments for this beautiful card with winterscene, but the card from the previous post is also stunning and has a great pattern as background.
i hope you are alright and i will mail you son.
take care and a big hug to you.
Ann

Viv said...

I love this card Anne, such a pretty snowy scene.I am with you on making flat cards for Xmas too, the cost of postage is not good otherwise is it ;) Viv xx

Jose said...

lovely card Anne, love the glow of colour on the horizon
Jose

Leanne ... said...

Sometimes one layer simple cards are just as lovely as one that takes lots of time. This one does it. Soft and relaxing scene Anne. TFS
Hugs....Leanne

MaryH said...

Lovely, and I think your perspective looks fine from where I'm sitting. There are some new products used here, that I've not heard about. Loved the scenes, and the snow layers with the papers. It just looks like a real old fashioned mountain Christmas, wonderful that it was easy. (doesn't look easy or fast though!). TFS & Happy Sunday

Mary J said...

I can't believe that's a quick card, Anne! It's really gorgeous - love the depth you've created with the inking!

Gibmiss said...

Hi Anne
Fabulous scene card....

Julieanne..aka pinkjools said...

Lovely card Anne...for a "quick" card you made a brilliant job of it....love the scene you and the design....Joolsx