Today Little Claire are launching their digi stamp challenge and this months theme is "Christmas" and as all good crafters know summertime is when we make our Christmas cards. This is the card that I have made for inspiration and the Polar Bear is such a lovely image and really easy to colour in. Have a go at making your own Christmas Card and enter it into the competition and you could be a winner. Take a look at the fantastic prize that someone will win ...............
FIVE DIGI-STAMPS OF CHOICE
what you will need:
Little Claire digi Star of Wonder
Little Claire Falling Snow paper pack - dark blue paper
Little Claire Dinkies Text Happy Christmas
black Versa Fine ink pad
6" x 6" white base card
dark navy blue card
good quality white card to print/stamp onto
colouring in implements
die cutting machine
Glamour Dust glitter
blue multi faceted gem
Mat and layer the Little Claire Falling Snow dark blue paper onto a piece of the dark navy blue card and stick onto the centre of the white 6" x 6" base card.
Using your computer graphics programme re size the Little Claire Star of Wonder image so that the line of snow that the Polar Bear is stood on measures 5cm from one side to the other.
Print the image onto good quality card.
Cut the printed image to size (7 1/2cm x 9 1/2cm).
Colour in the image with your choice of colouring in implements.
Mat and layer the image onto the dark navy blue card and stick onto the base card.
Using the Marianne LR0271 die and the dark navy blue card cut out 2 of the lager die shapes.
Spread some wet glue over the die cut shapes and sprinkle with Glamour Dust glitter. Shake off the excess glitter and allow to dry.
Stick the glittered die cuts onto the base card but remember to allow space at the bottom corner of the topper so that the multi faceted gem can be added.
Stick the blue multi faceted gem at the bottom left corner of the topper.
Using the Little Claire Dinkies Text Happy Christmas and the black Versa Fine ink pad stamp the sentiment onto white card.
Cut the sentiment to size and stick onto the card.