Thursday, 2 November 2017

November CAS Watercolour challenge Holliday

Yes we are all gearing up for Christmas, the decorations are in the shops and I'm sure we all haven't made enough Christmas cards.  CAS Watercolour challenge for November is giving you the chance to top up your stash and join in. There will be lots of inspiration from the Design team, Guest Designer (Ina) and of course you.


For my card, I swiped some distress watercolour ink pads on my craft mat and used my watercolour brush using a wet on wet technique, the snow in the trees is frantage and I used a white gel pen on the fence.  To frame the image I a Simon Says Stamp stitched circle and selected the best part of the image.
This month our Guest Designer is Ina of Little bits of Craft, Ina has some fabulous cards on her blog please drop by and say hello.


I would love to hear from you ­čśâ


Card Recipe
Stamps: Serendipity, Crafters Companion Christmas in Mulberry sentiment
Paper:Watercolour 140Lb, 110lb , Linnen
Ink: Archival Black
Accessorie Stitched circle die (Simon Says Stamp) Distress inks, Frantage, White gel pen,
Techniques: Watercolouring

16 comments:

  1. AMAZING winter scene, Christine! LOVE that beautiful sky. And great images with the bare tree and fence. So lovely behind the stitched, circle aperture. Great watercolouring skills, my friend! xx

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  2. Oh My, Christine..such a sweet and beautiful Winter scene. I love your wet on wet watercoloured sky and snowflakeds for your pretty stamped scene behind your stitched die cut circle. Such beautiful font for your sentiment too. TFS your CAS beauty my friend. Hugs

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  3. Beautiful card, I love the gorgeous scene and background
    Hugs Kaz xx

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  4. wow-this is just stunning, such an atmospheric scene.

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  5. A miniature masterpiece, Christine! What a lovely scene and beautifully painted!

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  6. WOW did this turn out beautifully! You've worked wonders with that image and your watercoloring is impeccable. Love the rich color you added to the trees and fence.

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous winter scene - wonderful colours, lovely snow effect, great framing, and perfect sentiment!

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  8. What a beautiful winter scene you create here Christine. Truly picture perfect.Love the shimmery sky. It certainly is a Winter Wonderland. So thrilled to be joining you all at CAS Watercolour as your November Guest.

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  9. Wonderful card, wish I was there lol! Cathy x

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  10. A fantastic card Christine, such a gorgeous little scene.

    Sue xx

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  11. Beautiful! I love this stamp, and your coloring of the scene is perfect. So serene and quiet.

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  12. What a beautiful scene you have created, Christine, lovely watercolouring!

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  13. Hello Christine. Your card is so beautiful !! I love the winter landscape that he created. Amazing and unique. But a beautiful Christmas card. My mother also admired your card. And it's not easy to impress her, believe me :-))

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  14. This looks amazing! The white gel pen details are fabulous. What a great scenic stamp and you did wonders with it. Love this!

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  15. Such a peaceful and gorgeous scene. Love your water colouring and the frantage just finishes it off...fabulous x

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  16. so lovely and peaceful...love this Christine, great details and wonderful snowy feeling.
    xx Karen

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