Saturday, 18 September 2021

Starry Night


Welcome to my mid month creations for Stamping Sensations and We Love Chocolate Baroque challenges, if you didn't get the chance to join in last month's challenges these could be the ones for you.

At Stamping Sensations this month the theme is 'Stamp Of The Moment'  To create my card I stamped the tree's for perspective so that I could then add my fairy and hare.  I added the background using inks and masks.  I went for a night sky and a moon with stars.  using foliage stamps and also posca pens I added to the scene flowers.  Also mushrooms were added to the scene.  Finally glitter was sprinkled for some shimmer.

Our prize this Month is:-

Mixed media clock making kit and Rice papers from

And of course, the Design Team have created some stunners to inspire you. Please do pay them a visit to their individual blogs - it means a lot to know you appreciate their efforts.


And now onto my second mid month challenge creation for We Love Chocolate Baroque, where the theme is 'Celebrations'  So my celebration is Christmas, I made my own background using a freeting stamp and continuously stamping in different colours.  I stamped the main image in a circle but doing the leaves out side the circle.  Also added a little poinsettia from the worker stamps in the set.

Our prizes:-
This month a £15 voucher for one winner and the stamp below for a second winner

Chocolate Baroque

Are you wanting some inspiration, pop on over to the challenge blog and then you can see all the wonderful creations from the rest of the talented team.

Stamps -Chocolate Baroque's  
Poinsettia Script ,  Lavinia - Fairy Wild Hare set, Fairydust silhouette, field grass, dandelions, foxgloves, mini meadow mushrooms, tree of courage, tree of hope, 
Colouring Mediums - Distress Inks, Distress Oxides,  Faber-Castell pencils, Versafine Clair,  Charcoal pencils, 
Tools - , Signo Gel pen, Posca pens, Sakura gelly roll pen,  Lavinia Masks,
Embellishments - Lavinia - Starbrights glitter - Vintage Shimmer, 

Thank you for popping by my blog.
Happy crafting
Tracy x


brenda said...

Obviously I love everything about your pretty Lavinia creation, but equally I am very drawn the the Poinsettia which looks so effective left white.

B x

Crafting Queen said...

Two amazing cards! Anesha

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Two very different card but both so striking! Love the first one with the Lavinia stamps, it's so sweet and magical! The secon one looks very classy and versatile, it's perfect for anyone! Beautiful look with the leaves out of the circle, great dimension!

Mervi said...

Stunning and lovely Lavinia card and fabulous CB card too.

Birgit said...

These 2 are beautiful! The first one is such a sweet fantasy with the snowy mountains in the background and the night scene. I really smiled seeing this. The Christmas card is so elegant and I thought that was a patterned background given to you or you bought. I really like it.

Marlies said...

Two beautiful cards Tracy. You have made a wonderful scene on the first one. and the second is very elgant and stylish. Love them both. Marlies

Ellibelle said...

Two beautiful cards Tracy. Especially loving your Lavinia scene!

Mrs.B said...

Two lovely cards Tracy, love the moonlit fairy scene and the Poinsettia looks stunning in white.
Avril x

Linby said...

You really have captured a starry night on your card, looks magical. Your poinsettia looks so pretty in white and the little stamp so sweet on the edge.

HilaryJane said...

What wonderful cards, they are both fantastic. what a wonderful moonlit scene on your first and I love the background stamping on your second xx

pinky said...

I absolutely love seeing your fairy cards Tracy. You are sooooo good at them! It's hard to beat a poinsettia for Christmas too, beautiful cards!!

coldwaters2 said...

Two very beautiful creations Tracy the fairy card is magical the Poinsettia is gorgeous I love that you have done a white one it makes a refreshing change
lorraine x

Anke said...

WOW wonderful cards, the poinsettia card is so beautiful and the lavinia scene is stunning.