Sunday, 30 October 2016

Recycling for OSAAT

Good morning to you all and I hope this finds you well. Today's post is my DT card for the OSAAT challenge "Recycling".

My Card


Recipe
6" square card  made from Rymans dark blue card
backing paper - LOTV Frosty Christmas (discontinued)
image - Lake in Winter Stitchy Stamps
sentiment stamp - Penny Black
recycled ribbon

I really love this image. It actually comes black and white but I changed it digitally to blue to convey the icy, wintry feel. Lashings of glitter added to the feel.  I felt the image was so serene that I didn't want to add embellishments and spoil it. My sister saves lots of bits from cards, gifts etc that she receives in case I can use any of it and this is where the lovely navy and silver ribbon comes from.  Thank you Jeanie!

Please pop over to the blog and see the inspiration from the rest of the team and maybe you will be inspired to join us. You could win $10 to spend instore.


Take care and enjoy the rest of the weekend.



14 comments:

  1. This is an amazing card Christine! And you are also in a 'blue mood' like me today! It's fun using 'old stuff' and turning it into something new, isn't it?
    Best wishes and have a nice day!
    Lia xx

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  2. Love the gorgeous scene you have created.xxx

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  3. Fabulous card Christine....
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  4. Lovely Christmas card Christine and a lovely winter scene

    Anne

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  5. That scenery is breath taking, a real beautiful card..

    Happy Crafting
    hugs Babs x

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  6. It's beautiful and so frosty! Always love to see recycling with the cards, and this one's a beauty too. Love the glittered look of the trees (looks like what we sometimes see here in the winter ice storms). The saved ribbon was perfect to set off this pretty card, and you're clever to change the look to the blue as you've done on this card. TFS & Hugs

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  7. Absolutely stunning Christine, lovely frosty scene, beautifully designed, Kate x

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  8. Hi Christine,
    yes your are right that scene is very lovely and serene.
    I love your wonderful idea to use blue instead of black and white.
    The glitery scene is gorgeous and has such wonderful atmosphere
    Great recycled ribbon also.
    Love and big hugs from my house to yours.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  9. A super frosty feel to this card Christine. It's such a gorgeous scene but not one I want to see in real life just yet this year :)
    Lorraine

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  10. Gorgeous card love the scene. I would love to have just one white Christmas like this in my life time.xx

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  11. So beautiful and cooooold!
    Sandy xx

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  12. Fab card love the gorgeous design loving these colours and stunnnig image Love and hugs Carole x

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  13. oh hun,this is just gorgeous,love,the design,its fantastic hun,really beautiful make love hugs Cherylxxxx

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  14. Hi Christine
    This is indeed a beautiful image and the blue does make it come to life.
    A beautiful card.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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