Friday, November 19, 2021

Jane's Doodles Release Blog Hop

 


Happy Friday! :o)

Welcome to a Jane's Doodles Release Blog HopToday we are featuring three GORGEOUS Christmas/Winter themed stamp sets released into the store. :o) We also have 4 amazing super talented Guest Designers joining us today and new Design Team Member joining our team: Lien. :o)


GORGEOUS!!! Love love LOVE!!!!! :o)


And here is what I prepared for today: Blue Merry Christmas Card. :o)



How I made this Card... 

For my card I used stamps from all three stamp sets: snowflakes from 'Snowflakes' stamp set, a sweater from 'Hygge Time' stamp set and a sentiment from 'Wild Winter' stamp set.

As my stamps didn't arrive on time, Jane sent me digital stamps to work with them and prepare something for the hop.

First I created a snowflakes patterned paper on my laptop, using Microsoft Word and Paint. I printed the paper A4 size and cut it to a desirable size panel. I saved the rest of the patterned paper for future projects.

I wrapped the patterned paper panel with a vellum paper and glued it on a white top folded card base.

Then I printed the sweater image twice, one in white and second in blue color. I fussy cut the blue sweater and added more color to it. I ink blended entire sweater with a Distress Ink Blueprint Sketch and colored details with a white gel pen and various blue fine liners.

When I was satisfied with the sweater color, I glued the colored sweater over the white one and fussy cut it, leaving white thin border around it. 

Then I worked on sentiment, but I didn't like it and change it after my stamps arrived. First version was printed in blue, but it looked weird. I heat embossed the sentiment 'Merry Christmas' in white on a black cardstock paper and cut it to a desirable stripe. 

Lastly, I assembled my card. I glued 3-D foams on the back of the image and the sentiment stripe and glued them on the card. As a finishing touch, I embellished my card with blue enamel dots.


I love creating Christmas cards in non traditional Christmas colors and LOVE how this one turned out. :o)


At the bottom of this post you can find detailed supply lists of my today's card. Link to this post will be in a right sidebar until the Blog Hop ends. :o)


And now to the Blog Hop prize...

Our generous Jane will be giving away one stamp set of winner's choice to one lucky winner. All you have to do is leave a comment on all blogs along the Hop for your chance to win.

Here is the Blog Hop order:


Jane will announce the winner on Monday, November 22nd, 2021, at Jane's Doodles Blog.

Also, Jane is having 20% off sale through this weekendNo code needed.


Now hop over to Claudia's blog and see what she created for today's hop.


Thank you for visiting. I hope you enjoyed on my stop today and got inspired. :o) 

Happy hopping and good luck to all!!! :o)


    Milka




    List of supplies:

    Card measurements: 102 mm x 133 mm (4" x 5 1/4")


    21 comments:

    1. Hi, there - Your cards are adorable and I love how you colored them. That snowmobile critters set has me smiling! TFS your talent w/ all of us!!
      Lori S in PA (USA)

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    2. Oooh, simply beautiful Milka. Love how the jumper pops. Hugz

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    3. I love this card!!! Fabulous design and would be so fun to mass create with lots of the different images.

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    4. What a adorable design! I love that sweater!

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    5. Such sweet card Milka! Love the idea of the digital paper made by your own and then wrapped in a vellum sheet! The sweater is so cute and cosy!
      Love the new releases, Jane's stamps are always so cute!
      Hugs

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    6. Good to see you, Milka! I love the card you created! Pretty background with the snowflakes and an adorable sweater! Great colors!

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    7. I love the blue and white color combo for winter AND that cozy sweater!! And the vellum really softens up the background. Perfect!

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    8. Veer cute sweater and great background.

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    9. What a cute CAS card! I love how the vellum looks over the snowflakes!

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    10. Blue is my favorite color. This is lovely.

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    11. Lovely to see you posting this pretty card, Milka! The vellum gives the wonderful snowflake background such a soft, frosty look! Genius idea.
      <3 J

      jwoolbright at gmail dot com
      HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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    12. The snowflake background is perfect for this sweater.

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    13. Clean and simple. The pretty blue
      snowflakes make a fun backdrop for
      the sweater. thanks for sharing
      txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    14. Kako čudovita voščilnica. Krasno in nežno ozadje si naredila. Zelo lepo!

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    15. Such a cute card!! Love the look of vellum! Thanks so much for the great inspiration. Stay safe! :)

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