Friday, October 9, 2009

MMSC #22 - Windswept Fhiona card

Good Friday everyone. Many of you know that I am playing catching up & MIA so much lately. I am trying to make card as soon as I found a free moment. I just wanted to do as much challenge as I can. I am sure there are tons of challenge sites, and wish I can participate more. Here is one of them that I got completed before the deadline. Here is the sketch of Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge #22 for the week!



Here is my fnished card using the Windswept Fhiona stamp. I've used Stampin Up paper set. Use a fibre to wrap around the middle frame. I did a lot of cheat ribbons using Daisy D's rub on trim. The larger snowflake you saw was done using the liquid applique. I like it fluffy and I also use the mini snowflake border to cut the little snowflakes and added rhinestones on them. Used Flower Soft to add a little texture on her hat & scarf.


Closer view for the image coloring.


closer view on the snowflakes.


Side view to show you the dimension.


View of the inside.


Stamp: Your Next Stamp - Windswept Fhiona
Paper: Stampin Up
Ink: Copic markers
Accessories & extra: FlowerSoft, Liquid Applique, MS punches, EK Success punch, Rhinestone, rub-on stithes, fibre.


That's all I have for you today, thank you so much for stopping by :o)

15 comments:

Carol said...

Cabio...this is just alluring with all these fine details and embellishments. I just adore that flower soft and the trim you used to frame your crd. Everything is so attractive and strikingly beautiful. Another one of your absolutely jaw dropping creations!!! Thanks for playing along with us at MMSC, we sure do appreciate it. Be sure to mark your calendar for Oct 16 for our Blog Hop and your chance to win one of 25 prizes.

Carol
MMSC-Guest Designer

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Cabio - what a cute card! I love all of the detail with the liquid applique and the Flower Soft - they are so effective!! Love the colours too!! Thanks for playing the MMSC Sketch Challenge this week and we look forward to seeing you again next week. Be sure to check back for the Blog Hop on October 16 with 25 amazing prizes to be won!
Linda MMSC Guest Designer

Jeni C Slack (^0^) said...

Cabio, your textures are phenomenal! You must have taken some time to make the bubble dots on the snowflake so it look like a clusters. I love the white flower soft too, it turned out beautiful :) The trim matches and the colors are so lovely! Wonderful job! Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Please come join the bloghop :) xox ~Jeni & MMSC DT

Danni said...

This is just wonderful!! What a great card!

Maylee said...

Love this Cabio! She looks so cozy in the environment you've created around her. Always love the way you decorated the inside of the cards, I'm so lazy about that.

Priscilla said...

I just adore the colors on a card... What a great image too and wonderful take on the sketch. Reminders.. you can get an extra entry for the MMSC22 Weekly Bonus Prize just for adding the Blog Hop logo to your side bar. Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch challenge this week.
Priscilla
MMSC Hostess

Sparkle said...

How cute is this?!? I love it.

Karen said...

OMG!!! This is just so cute Cabio! You've got to teach me how to make those snowflakes!!! You are so talented and like Maureen said Fhiona looks so cozy!!! I love it!!!

Michelle U said...

Love it, love her little furry hat, just too cute!

Priscilla said...

Cool thanks for adding the blog hop logo..I added your second entry for you on Mr. Linky ;) good luck :)

Sue @ McMahon Five Designs said...

Hey Cabio! What a cutie of a stamp! Love all your details and trim! Just lovely! Can't wait to see what you do next week!

Sue
MMDT

Pam S. said...

super cute Cabio - what a fun stamp company...this is the first time I've seen it!
Love their name too! lol
Pam Going Postal

Leah the Orange said...

gorgeous, Cabio! love all that texture! the liquid applique is PERFECT! :) can't wait to play with this Fhiona set!

Maureen said...

Just wonderful! Love the papers and all the textures!

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