I am running right to the wire with my Rudolph Days entry, it's not that I didn't have it all made ready, more time running away with me, but at least I can also share the card I made this morning for the new Butterfly Wheel.
So as you can tell the top card is my Rudolph entry using a mixture of stamps from Card-io, Chocolate Baroque and Inkylicious. I started by stamping the CH branch into a crescent shape using versafine black, then the other images, using Pan Pastels I added some shading, liquid pearls into the branches and white Frantage snow.
The new Butterfly wheel offers options of Green, Navy, Yellow, Not Square, Numbers, No stamping and of course the Butterfly. Well I managed to include all except no stamping, afraid that was a step to far, I did try but was left lost as to what to use for the focal element. Using DI's and glycerine, have to say I am not a big fan of this technique as I find it all a bit greasy, but as Sheena keeps demoing it had to give it a try.
After building up the background I used stencils and DI to add the window, number and honeycomb, then stamped, cut our and coloured the two CB Butterflies and added the sentiment which is also CB.
Hope those of you with snow are keeping warm, just when we thought Spring was almost here we get a cold snap, pretty typical here in the UK