Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Sabine Watching the Snow Fall!

Hello to you all, and has your sunshine disappeared  as mine has?  It has been a glorious morning and now in the last hour it's become overcast as if there is going to be a downpour.

Thank you to everyone who left lovely comments on my last post, especially, the encouraging comments about the stressful situation I find myself in at the moment, all helps me get things into perspective.

Another quiet day for me, Alistair away up yet another mountain, and I hope this time he has remembered his sun protection, last time he came home with such a red face, it looked really sore.  He is always so excited about going away that he forgets important things like sun cream.

I have yet another Christmas card, sorry about that, but this is using a lovely image which is one of my favourites;
Sarah Kay stamp, Sabine Watching the Snow Fall
Coloured with Derwent Pastel Pencils
Brown Memento Ink, for a softer effect
SB Decorative Labels 22
Adorable Scorable card from Hunkydory
First Edition Christmas Vintage Papers
LOTV Sentiment
Brown Seam Binding and large gem, The Ribbon Girl
MB Fabulous Phlox die
Gold gems and Sparkle

I do love the effect of pastel pencils but, I find them quite difficult to use, maybe there is a technique to using them.
Anyway, thats all from me today,
Thanks for visiting, Kate x



15 comments:

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

This is lovely Kate great colouring and what a super image
jacqui x

Jenny L said...

Hi Kate,
another of your super cards. Love that image or stamp which ever it may be.
One thing about hubby being way is that you can get more crafting in. lol.
Have a wonderful crafty evening.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Erika said...

Hi Kate, lovely card, great use of your Spellbinder dies too.
I watch BGT by default as my gang love it. Sadly it does become addictive.
Hope you had a good day crafting with the peace and quiet?
Hugs Erika.

May said...

Hi Kate,
Gorgeous card as always..Beautiful image & I love the die-cuts... Read the post before..Please dont worry about Friday... write down what you want to say...and how you feel about how they could help in making things a little better at work for you... have you got someone going with you? take your time before answering their questions.. they wont mind you having paperwork with you...I also have done these kind of meetings in the NHS....Sleep well it will be fine!! Hugs May x x x

rachel said...

a really gorgeous image and a fabulous card Kate - our sunshine appears to have gone too. Lets hope that wasn't summer! Hugs rachel xx

Sue - bearhouse said...

This is such a beautiful card Kate. I love the sweet image, gorgeous soft colouring and fabulous detailing.
We have had showers on and off all day today, hard to believe it is nearly June.
hugs Sue xx

Alison Scott said...

Beautiful card. Such a pretty image.
Yes our weather went away as well. Had 2 washes done this mornng and dried, and thought I'd do another 2, and they got soaked. Will be doing them again tomorrow ;-)

pam said...

another beautiful card Kate.
pam

Rita said...

I love your card Kate. At least you will be ready for the Christmas Season. Hugs Rita xxxxx

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Fabulous Christmas card Kate! I use Prisma Pencils and they blend really well especially with some Sansador and a stump! There are lots of tutorials on You Tube which are really helpful. Hugs Susan x

Pop's Cards said...

Morning sweetie, this is just gorgeous I love the colours that you have chosen too hugs pops x

Marie-Louise said...

Beautiful card Kate.

Teresa said...

Another gorgeous card Kate, such a cute image and altogether great card.
Hugs Teresa

Patricia said...

Great card Kate, wonderfully sweet image, great layout and colours.
I read what May said about writing things down. That will be a great help as you often forget what you would want to say on the day. I take it Alistair will be going with you tomorrow.
Hugs, will be thinking about you.

Patricia xxx

rosie said...

fabulous card Kate. love the image. such fab colouring in too x