Tuesday, 20 November 2012

A Candy Cane Christmas

I stamped and coloured both of these images whilst in Florida, they were coloured with my prisma pencils and I really enjoyed spending a bit of time colouring them. I forget the other colouring stuff I have and just reach for my copics but as I didn't have them with me there was no other choice.

Last week Jessica Sprague had the Santa Sleigh full collection for a $1 so I had to get it and both of these papers are from that collection, it is so versatile and I can see me using lots of it.

I made the same card but with different colours for two of my friends, one loves pink and anything girly and the other is more traditional so their cards and colours reflected this.


Ingredients
Image: "Candy Cane A la Mode" Mft Stamps
Cardstock: "real red" Stampin up
Brad: Studio G
Sentiment: " Big Christmas Wishes" Amy R 


Ingredients
Image: "Candy Cane A la Mode" Mft Stamps
Paper: "Santa Sleigh" Carina Gardiner at Jessica Sprague
Cardstock: "pool party" Stampin up
Brad: Stash
Sentiment: " Big Christmas Wishes" Amy R

7 comments:

Di said...

Wow, two gorgeous cards Amanda. Amazing how different they can look with two different backing papers from the same pack (which I lurve!!!). Both super. Hugs, Di xx

Jules said...

Hi Amanda

Two beauties here .. .. love them both.

Love that huge sentiment!!

Love Jules xx

coops said...

both so gorgeous amanda.i love the image and she looks fab in both colourways :D

xx coops xx

Samantha Elliott said...

These are very pretty Amanda and well done for colouring them in. Those are very pretty papers and I can see why you bought them!
One question, did you have a whole cargo plane for your goodies to come home as you seemed to buy loads of stash!
Hugs
xx

Darnell J Knauss said...

Great cards, Amanda, with beautiful pencil work! So fun to see how the colors and bp completely alter the look!!

scrappymo! said...

wow...a different look with each of the two cards.
Lovely designer papers on both!
I like the look of the pencils!

Bonnie said...

What a fun image, Amanda, and so fun that you can personalize it for your friends!