December 15, 2008

TMTA


My Christmas cards are done for this year and I had not yet had a chance to use this vintage carolers stamp from Personal Stamp Exchange -- which is one of my favorites. So I was very happy to see the theme of "Lamps" at Think Monday, Think ATC.
I colored it with Copic markers and colored pencils. The cracked background stamp is also from PSX. The sentiment and corner stamp are from Inkadinkado.

18 comments:

stampingwitch said...

wonderful, thanks for sharing :-)

Virginia said...

Louise this is stunning.Your attention to detail is amazing..

Stempelchaotin said...

Really wonderful ATC.
Love this stamp.

Nancy said...

Beautiful stamp and great work. I love the background paper with this.

Rein said...

Wonderful!

vintage wil said...

wonderful card!!!

crafty creations said...

Gorgeous - love the stamp, the colouring and the background

nise said...

Like your "cracked" carolers. Some of the PSX stamps are still my very favorites. So glad you took the time to play with this one.

Anneke said...

your card gives a realy christmas view.
great images

ScrappyPam said...

Very pretty! I really like how you did the background around the carolers!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Beautiful lantern card.....Merry Christmas!!

Char said...

Fabulous. Love the carolers.

Jann said...

This is so cute, and I love your Christmas tag, too! Smiles, Jann

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

beautiful Louise, the crackle look is excellent and that is a sweet lamp shining on your lovely carolers!

Kris Dickinson said...

This is wonderful and festive Louise! Just perfect!

Ozstuff said...

Virginia stole my thunder! The detail in your picture is amazing and the overall effect is just plain stunning! This is a seriously beautiful card. I also had to chuckle at the name of your stamp supplier. I am old enough to remember a silly Jimmy "Schnozzle" Durante song of the same name - Inkadinkado.

Viola said...

Looks so great!

Heide said...

Wonderful!!!!

The image is so cute, the background perfect. And I love the coloring.