©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop.

Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the Winnie & Walter and Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop! Hopefully, you have arrived from Maureen’s blog and after me, you’re next stop is Nichol(This is my second post for today – please scroll down if you’re looking for my Neat & Tangled October Release Day 5 post – thank you!)

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Today, a bunch of us are combining products from both companies to provide you with a whole heap of inspiration! Here’s my card:

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop.

This was so unbelievably quick to create (after I’d spent hours thinking about what I was going to come up with!). I created a snow bank using the curved edge die from Stitched Borders 1 and used it as a template to draw a guideline on my card base. Then I took the solid, round image from A Tree for all Seasons and inked it up with some Distress Inks – I spritzed lightly with water before making an impression on the card, as I wanted to make sure I got good transfer…

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop.

I randomly stamped the circles in different colours and set aside to dry before stamping over them with the tree image from the same set.

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop.

Finally, I stamped the small birds in the trees, again all from the same set. I went over all the black stamped areas with the Clear Wink of Stella – looks really sparkly in real life, but I couldn’t get a decent picture! To finish up, I took the snow bank and inked up the edge with some Tumbled Glass, and lined with Silver Wink of Stella.

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop.

I stamped the sentiment on the snow bank and foam mounted it to the card base. Then I sprinkled a few Sparkling Clear and Metallic Gold sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop.

See?! Easy peasy! There are some fabulous goodies up for grabs from both Winnie & Walter AND Pretty Pink Posh. In case you missed a stop, here’s the entire blog hop list – thanks for stopping by!

Pretty Pink Posh blog
Amy Kolling
Gayatri Murali
Heather Pulvirenti
Joni Andaya
Kelly Griglione
Laura Sterckx
Lea Lawson
Leigh Penner
Lisa Elton
Maureen Merritt
Mayuri – << you are here!
Nichol Magouirk
Stacey Schafer
Vanessa Menhorn
Winnie & Walter blog

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199 thoughts on “Winnie and Walter / Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop

  1. c says:

    Adding my cheers and applause to the others: a gorgeous array of colourful trees. The ‘snowy’ foreground: perfect! Inspired and inspiring!
    ~c

  2. Lea Lawson says:

    Oh my goodness…this is awesome!!! I LOVE the colors of the trees….they are actually the colors of my Christmas decorations, & this card makes me want to decorate right now!! Lol!! Awesome job!

  3. jeannejj13 says:

    I love, love, love the colors on this card. It is so bright and cheerful. Am going to case this one.

  4. Christine Kiehl says:

    Amazing card! I love what you came up with after hours of thinking about it! Time well spent! Those colorful fall trees turned out so cute!!! Thank you for taking the time to craft and share with us!

  5. Julia Altermann says:

    I had to chuckle when I saw the colors of your trees – I don’t know if you noticed, but you mirrored the colors of the W&W logo. It looks absolutely lovely! I personally struggle to think outside of the box sometimes, and so I love how you applied some colors to the trees one might not normally see. Such a happy and vibrant card!

  6. LesLee says:

    Gorgeous POPS of color.. and the little hill is so soft. I want to take a nap on a blanket under those trees. 🙂

  7. Linda Tupper says:

    What a beautiful colorful card. I just adore trees and love how you used the different colors. Love the edge die and that beautiful sentiment.

  8. bettijo519 says:

    fantastic card – i know what you mean about thinking for hours and then quickly creating a card – love how you did the trees in those gorgeous colors

  9. Sandy says:

    Beautiful colors and layout. Thank you so much for the inspiration…I am going to steal this one!

  10. Jacquie Peifer says:

    OMGoodness! This is simply AWESOME!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this set AND your creation!! Thank you SO much for sharing your talent and giving such inspiration!! Have a GREAT day!

    Jacquie/Javablustamper

  11. Kris in Alaska says:

    Oh this is my most favorite card yet from this hop! I appreciate your step-by-step instructions too since I’d never be able to figure it out!

  12. Colleen Howell says:

    Okay change my mind again, this is my favorite card on blog hop so far. Love how you used different colors and the snow bank is adorable

  13. berryblue says:

    This is awesome! I love the way the colors show through where your trees overlap! And the sequins are a great accent!

  14. vickidavis557 says:

    Your elaborate thinking process paid off in a stunning card. Nice to get something to work that out of the box. Love the colors too!

  15. Shona Chambers says:

    I really love cards with rainbow colours and why not rainbow trees…they look incredible! Such a fantastic idea and love how you coloured the curve of the die cut snow too. Amazing!

  16. TracyM #6773 says:

    BEAUTIFUL card Mayuri!!!
    LOVE your stitched snow bank and ADORE your GORGEOUS trees!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION – I look forward to trying this lovely inking technique and design 🙂

  17. Nancy Carroll says:

    OMG, love how you stamped the tress, Awesome placement of sequins, LOVE all the inspiration.

  18. Cindy Pryor says:

    Love your brightly colored trees. The snow bank was very clever, and I like the idea of adding sequins and Wink of Stella to make everything have that extra sparkle. Nice job!

  19. Denise Bryant says:

    Gorgeous card with awesome colors! I love the tree stamp set! Pretty border die and sequins too!

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