Monday, 14 December 2015

Wings At Christmas

Hello everyone, hoping you had a lovely weekend. Mine was rather busy as it was my hubby's birthday so we had our two down from London for the weekend and although we didn't go out for a meal having had my hubby's office Christmas dinner on Thursday, we had a great time with family. I can't believe it's Christmas next week - eek! Where did the time go and why haven't I finished my Christmas shopping!!!

We have a new challenge for you today over at Make My Monday and this time it's Wings At Christmas so for my inspiration my favourite Dina Wakley scribbly bird is a robin again and I've used up a piece of my Christmas masterboard too for a very simple design that I hope you like.

The masterboard was made with Brusho crystals and stamped with trees and text from the Tim Holtz Scribbly Christmas stamp set with Mowed Lawn Distess ink and Olive Archival ink.
The bird was stamped on smooth cartridge paper with Watercan Can Archival ink and then painted with Brusho Crystals and cut out when dry.
I stamped the Christmas text across the base of the card blank with Fern Green Archival ink and then glued the paper panel and the painted bird on the card.

Have a great week and see you soon.
Fliss xx


Mrs.B said...

Hi Fliss, This is a great festive card, love the masterboard piece - something I must try.
Avril xx

craftytrog said...

This is gorgeous and festive Fliss! Your masterboard looks great! xxx

Valerie-Jael said...

Gorgeous card Fliss, have a good week, hugs, Valerie

Paper Profusion said...

Love your little birdie Fliss. Gorgeously done. Nicola x

Inky and Quirky said...

Fab card Fliss and those scribbly birds are wonderful aren't they
Donna xxx

Marina said...

Love your robin and love the simplicity of the design with the richness of the stamping.

Deborah said...

Now for me, Christmas seems to be a long time coming. December has been so slow!

A wonderful way of using a bit of masterboard and I like how you've echoed the Merry Christmas on the white bit at the bottom.