Monday, 20 September 2010

Christmas Molly Blooms

Just wanted to show you the card I made with the new Molly Bloom stamps that are designed by Claire Rowland and available to order now at Sir Stampalot. I started off by colouring all my characters with copics and decided I wanted Santa the other side of the window, so what was a single card soon turned into a double card. On the front I have made a bedroom scene and the little teddy is from the first collection but has been shrunk, the sentiment is from a woodware set and seemed to work and the gap was just right lol. I have cut the window out and put in acetate so Santa can be seen.

On the next page I have used Santa and the gorgeous winter scene stamp that Claire has created I have used snow writer and glitter for the snow effect and the sky was created with momento ink pads in Summer sky, Blue danube and paris dusk. The copics I have used are has followers.

E31,E33, E35, E40, E42, E50, E52, E44, E47, E49
E00,E00,E11, R20 C1, C3
R35, R37, R39, R59
G99, G94, G21
I have also decorated the last page so you can write who the card is from on and have used the lovely robin stamp and a hero arts stamp for background.



21 comments:

Fleur said...

WOW Louise, this is amazing, it must have taken you forever!
Your colouring is just stunning
Hugz Fleur xXx

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Louise,
This card is a gorgeous work of art. I love all the colours and characters and your layout is brilliant.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Babs said...

your cards are adorable, just absolutley fabolous.

Babs x

chris said...

well i was here but now i'm not, I dont know who is writing this as I am BLOWN AWAY!!!
Louse its just so devine, it ticks all the boxes great use of so many stamps, its STUNNING.
going to stop crafting now as how do I follow that with me molly blooms!!
take care lovely to see you the other day. hugs chris xx

Crafty Lou said...

Hi!Oh how gorgeous are these,i can see why that bed took so long to colour and love the stocking/teddy-just perfect.
That little house/tree are just lovely too and the snow/sparkle are amazing.
Just soooo much to love,hugs Lou.xx

Nicola said...

How amazing are these cards. It must have taken forever to colour them. Just fab. Hugs Nicola xx

Sharon Keanly said...

Amazing cards, wow! I am so impressed... love them!

Sue said...

Hi Louise
wow what a totally stunning card, a gorgeous scene you have made, luv it, sue,x

coops said...

wow stunning cards louise.i love the little scenes you have created.fabulous :)

xx coops xx

Mandy G said...

Hi Louise,
Oh My God !!! how long did that take you to make? I am blown away fab card Louise, I think you might need to frame this one :)
Hugs
Mandy

mandy said...

these cards are amazing Louise you have so much patience to make them as lovely as you do,it does help you being incredibley talented xx

debby4000 said...

Oh wonderful cards Louise.
luv
Debby

Sara said...

Wow, this is a work of art Louise, I love it, just FAB , hugs Sara xx

brenda said...

Hi Louise

I'm on big time catch up, off to look round at what I've missed and these look super. That one with the blue shading it right up my street.

Hopefully back into blogland again unrestrained......I did say hopefully.

B x

Georgia said...

Oh wow, two absolutely fabulous cards Louise! I love the sentiment on the first one and the scene you've created on the second is gorgeous, so Christmassy! :)
Love, Georgia xx

Mel said...

Wowee, these are gorg, can't wait to use myn ! Mel xxx

Annie said...

I just found your blog - such gorgeous projects. This one really caught my eye - I love the traditional colours, the cute images and your beautiful colouring. I will be watching from now on!
hugs, annie x

Lorraine said...

I think that has to be one of the nicest cards I've ever seen. It's just stunning.

Anonymous said...

just love the molly bloom set of stamps think i will be buying them all, love the bedroom card hope mine turn out as good, jackie

The Little Stamper said...

This card is just amazing!

I have resisted the Molly Blooms stamps so far (and it's been hard I can tell you!), but I have now decided there's no point in fighting it any longer!

I am looking forward to coming back to your blog again to see more of your lovely creations.

Sharon G x

Steve said...

Hello Louise from the blustery west coast of Canada! We have just recently brought Molly Blooms into our store (the 1st in North America!) and I am blown away by your stunning use of colour. I love teaching with colour (we use Tombow markers - less expensive than Copics - with Alcohol blending solution). I bow down before your talent! If you are ever on the West Coast of Canada, we would love to have you teach in our shop! (We are friends of Andy & Janice of Sir Stampalot in Peterborough!)

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