For my card I decided to use my Hobby Arts "Small Parts" stamp - I think it's so cute with the polar bears and penguins. I stamped it onto white card and then paper pieced the letters which had Diamond Glaze on them after I'd attached them to the main image. The little colouring was done with Flexmarkers.....really just a touch of a blue grey and some yellow for feet and beaks.
I made a stepper card for a change. Now I know these are easy to make but how often have you done one and been a fraction off with your measuring or cutting and ruined the whole thing??? So when I saw that Cheery Lyn had actually released a die that cut not only the main card but also all the panels I did a little happy dance! I've not seen it over here and actually bought it from the States - which was probably no more expensive than if I'd bought it here. It always amazes me that the US$ price actually turns into the same thing in £'s................hmm like over twice as expensive right?
Anyway, the main card is a red base with the panels cut from papers in my stash. For the centre piece I embossed a piece of white card with a Cuttlebug icicle e/f and added a ribbon before adhering the main panel. The bottom has been shaped with a Fiskars border punch, as has the paper panel.
As this card also fits the Completely Christmas Challenge #5 Anything Goes I will be entering my card there.
Thanks for dropping by - hope you're having a great weekend.