Saturday, December 19, 2015

Fair Isle

I wanted to try an experiment with a new crackle paste.  It turned out it was just a little bit runny for using with a stencil but I love the result.  It looks very organic on top of the Gelli plate print.  I mounted it on a pale pale gray (my favorite gray!!) and the lot of a white card base.  The diecut snowflake was cut from a crackled cardstock panel.  Love!

The Details:  Tim Holtz stencil and star, Lawn Fawn Stitched Snowflakes die, Finnabair white crackle texture paste, Liquitex Basics acrylic paint, Waltzing Mouse stitched scalloped rectangle dies, Recollections 110lb white cardstock base, Hero Arts Merry Christmas Messages (interior)

I'm entering this in Happy Little Stampers Star, Shopping Our Stash #231 Snow, Simon Says Die Crazy


  1. This is awesome...I love all things nordic.

  2. Very nicely crafted! Thanks for sharing with us here at Shopping Our Stash!
    Chana, DT

  3. A gorgeous card Toni, I love the Tim Holtz Holiday Knits and look stunning with the red & white along with the pretty snowflake!!

    Heather xx
    Thanks so much for joining us with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

  4. Great experiment ... the crackle paste looks amazing with this stencil on your bright gelli-plate background. xx

  5. Love it!! Fab job, the red and white together are perfect! Thanks for joining the SHOPPING OUR STASH crew for "Let It Snow" challenge!

  6. Sooo pretty! Did you see you are one of teh winners at the Coffee Lovers blog hop?

  7. Very cool Toni. Love the red and white! xx

  8. Toni, I love your cards. This is just as beautiful as your other cards. White and red is a beautiful combination. I love Scandinavian design stencil. Thank you for sharing with HLS CC
    Merry Christmas and happy new year
    BozenA DT HLS CC

  9. Fabulous result Toni, love this. Thanks for joining us at the HLS Christmas challenge this month. Carol DT x


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