Monday, 20 January 2014

Crazy Sale at LOTV and Tiddly Inks CAS

Hello everyone! Hope you all had a lovely weekend?

First off, we've got a CRAZY SALE on for 48 hours over at LOTV! There are 140 stamps at 3 for £10 so make sure you pop over and get yours before the sale ends!



I managed to do a bit more crafting this weekend and made a card for this week's Tiddly Inks CAS challenge.

I used their 'Cast a Spell' digi stamp and when I saw it I immediately thought of Elsa from Disney's Frozen. I saw it over Christmas with my sister and our friend, Steph and it's absolutely amazing! It's hilarious and heartbreaking and there are a couple of twist that you don't see coming that completely flip the usual Disney dynamic on it's head; it's brilliant!

So here's the card I made inspired by the film:


And here's Elsa herself.
http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Elsa_the_Snow_Queen

I coloured her as close to the original as I could with my awful Promarker skills in Sky Blue, Arctic Blue, Powder Blue, Pastel Blue, Oatmeal, Blush, Satin and Ivory.
I improvised her dress detail and the flurries from her hands a little with a quickie glue pen and Glamour Dust glitter.
The snowflake paper is LOTV Frosty Christmas. I cut the snowflakes from the white background, which is mounted on to foam pads, with a Memory Box Crystalline Border Die. I then stamped three different snowflakes in Versamark on the card and embossed them in clear fine detail powder.
The sentiment was made on the computer using the St. Nicholas font from dafont.com and is a line from the film.

If you haven't seen Frozen, you should! It's brilliant and it might even beat Tangled to my favourite 'new Disney' film which means it must be good!


Anywho, hope you like the card!

Erica

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4 comments:

  1. This is wonderful! I love the image, fabulous colouring and gorgeous sparkle. The way you have die cut the snowflakes looks so effective.
    Frozen sounds like a brilliant film, I think I need to persuade my children to come and watch it with me!
    Sue xx
    Sue xx

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    1. Hi Sue, thank you! That's really sweet! =)

      You should go and see Frozen even if the kids don't want to go! The three of us were the only adults without kids when we went to see it! =D

      Erica

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    1. Hi Jeanette, thank you so much! =)

      Erica

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