Sunday, December 7, 2014

Ice Skating


Happy Holidays everyone, thanks for stopping by.  I can always find so many ways to use the Lady Dancing die. My  Pinterest page.

I re-positioned her arm so she could hold the large snowflake and coated the blue oval with Sakura 3D lacquer to give the pond some shine.  I die cut her outfit twice once in red and then the trim in green glitter card stock.  For the trees I used Sakura 3D lacquer and then coated them with Clear Rock Candy. The skates blades at just some pieces left over, I have not found a small ice skating die as yet.

Materials:
Spellbinders Nestabilities - Classic Ovals Large
Impression Obsession- Fir Trees
Memory Box - Lady Dancing(retired) & Holiday Hats
Dee Distinctively - chickadee (used tail piece for brown hair)
Martha Stewart Snowflake punch
Sakura 3D lacquer
Tim Holtz Clear Rock Candy (trees)
Fiskers Deckle scissors (snowbank)
Paperwhites Week 4

Sprouted Paperwhites
Here is something interesting, I put these 6 bulbs in water for a week and they started growing roots. I then planted them in soil. They are already bigger than the original pot. 


24 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, Diane!!!
    Hugsss, Gaby

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  2. You really are fantastic at these scene cards, another stunner.
    Your pot of plants are growing like crazy!!!
    Hugs

    Patricia xxx

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  3. Another fabulous scene card and isn't it great when you can use a die in so many different ways.

    Kath x

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  4. This is so lovely the image looks just great and love the dress colours.an amazing card. You must be talking a lot to those bulbs they are growing so fast !! Love and hugs Carole x

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  5. Wonderful card! Great idea to adapt the arms on the die cut, she looks really good.
    The bulbs are looking good. Keep doing whatever you're doing with them as they look like they like it :-). Debra x

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  6. Another wonderful Card!
    Your paperwhites are doing really well now! Great!
    have a nice 3.adventweek,
    Hugs
    Claudia

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  7. Lovely card, and the paperwhites are coming on a treat :o)
    Jackie xx

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  8. How lovely to see spring coming! A lovely card :-)

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  9. How beautiful, Diane! I love this gorgeous dancing skater!

    Your paperwhite bulbs are doing so well in your tender care!

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  10. How wonderful you made the dancing skater hold a pretty snowflake. I love the trim on her outfit. It's such a magical Christmas card, Diane.

    Your paperwhites are going to be gorgeous.

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  11. Wonderful card Diane, you are a wizard with the dies, so clever, hugs Kate x

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  12. Oh my!! That card is STUNNING!! All the tiny details. I love the paper whites too!!

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  13. This is so much fun. I am glad I found your site and all this fun stuff with the dancing lady and guy!

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  14. very sweet, winter scene, love how you did her outfit!

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  15. Beautiful winter scene Diane, you are always so creative with your dies! Love how your lady holds that pretty snowflake! Hugs, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  16. Wonderful card! Masterful use of your dies!

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  17. Diane, this is so so pretty and I love your sweet scene and your ice skater is just adorable. What a wonderful card, you are so talented.

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  18. Very elegant card! The skater looks pretty holding the big snowflake. And your paper whites look like they're really taking off!

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  19. I love how you use this die - she looks completely different every time! A gorgeous card :)
    Rebecca.
    x

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  20. Gorgeous card Diane the image is so pretty the traditional colours look fabulous and wow those bulbs are sprouting up fast.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  21. A gorgeous card and love how your ice skater is holding a snowflake, beautifully designed.
    Julie x

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  22. The bulbs are comming along nicely,love the die-cuts and you are so imaginitive using them
    Carol x

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Diane

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