Sunday, 4 December 2016

Wintery Scene

Good Evening.

Jayne Nestorenko's winter scene drawings/designs are exquisite. On their own they are amazingly beautiful but when you see all the great art work created by the fabulous design team using the stamps and Groovi plates, they are absolutely out of this world and am sure most of you will fall in love with them. Barbara and Paul will be showcasing them with all the great art work from the design team and lots of inspiration on Hochanda as a 1-Day special, tonight at 8.00 and then tomorrow at 9.00, 12.00, 4.00 and 7.00.

This is what I created today and will go through the steps for those who may wish to recreate something similar. The plates I used are:-
A4 Square: Jayne's Winter Scenes and Alphabet Picture Frame
A5 Square: Nested squares and Jayne's Poinsettia Name
Border: Diagonal Border Pattern Piercing Grid 1



1.) Emboss the design on regular parchment and green parchment. I started with the nested squares plate and used the 4th and 5th squares from the outside as a guide for the size of my card.

2.) Colour on the back. I used Distress Markers.

3.) On the snowman layer, between the double square border, perforate pattern no. 4 from the Diagonal border pattern piercing grid 1.

4.) On the green parchment border layer, emboss and perforate the pattern no. 5 from the Diagonal border pattern piercing grid 1.

5.) On the last bottom, poinsettia layer, between the double square border, perforate pattern no. 4 from the Diagonal border pattern piercing grid 1.

6.) Cut between all the perforations on all the layers.

7.) Cut all the pieces to size ad mount them on green parchment and black card using brads. I have used more brads then I needed to because I wanted to use them as an embellishment too. Stick this whole piece on white scallop edge folded card. To finish off, add a bit of sparkle using the Sakura Clear Star gel pen.


 All the Groovi plates, stamps, parchment paper, are available from www.claritystamp.co.uk or www.claritystamp.com.

Enjoy.

Love and laughter
Tina




6 comments:

  1. Stunning ! Thanks for the tutorial ! X

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  2. Tina this is a beautiful card! I love layered cards and this is a credit to you and to the artwork by Jayne Nestorenko! Love and hugs! X

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  3. That is so lovely. I am very new to parching but the Groovi System has inspired me to have a go. I am so pleased that Barbara is giving us the opportunity to access the beautiful artwork by Jayne who is a lovely lady. X

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