Thursday, December 2, 2010

Marvin with Candy Cane

Welcome to the Holiday Blog Hop starting which started at The Stamping Bazaar Blog - check it out for prize details! I made this card using Marvin with Candy Cane from The Stamping Bazaar created by Marina Neira. This one and all the other images will be released on December 6th! Its always fun to be first on the hop and your next stop is the very talented duet Emma & Susan!


All 5 new Christmas digis will be going for sale on Monday, December 6th, at 12:00AM EST. There are also giveaways! Everyone who comments on this post has a chance to win today's digi, and the chances are greater if they comment on every DT member's blog post. At the end of the hop, one winner will be chosen to win the entire set of all five (5) digis! Here's the blog hop:

Barbara {me}

...and then it's back to The Stamping Bazaar Blog.


DT Blog Hop: The Stamping Bazaar - Holiday Blog Hop
Main Stamp: Marvin with Candy Cane (TSB)
Patterned Paper: A Heart Warming Holiday (TPS)
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Large Scalloped Circles
Copic Colors:
-bat: E41, E42, E43, E04, R21
-other: C1, C3, Y21, Y19, BG93, BG96, R20, R22, R24, R29, R59

Did you know? In its early form, the candy cane began as a simple white stick of sugar for children to enjoy - there was no "cane" shape or stripes to speak of. These sticks were made by confectioners who had to pull, cut, twist, and (in later years) bend the sugar sticks by hand, making it a time-intensive process. Candy cane production had to be done locally, since they were easily damaged and vulnerable to moisture.
[Candy Cane, Wikipedia.org]

17 comments:

  1. awesome card, love what you did with Marvin!

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  2. Oooh this little guy is so sweet. Love how you coloured him.

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  3. Very very cute, I love the colors on your Marvin.

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  4. cute and love your coloring.

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  5. Marvin is so adorable, beautiful coloring. Love those red felt snowflakes!
    I watched an episode of "How It's Made" and they showed how candy canes were made. It's a lot harder than you would think, lots of stretching!! ~jeni :)

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  6. this is so adorable, beautiful card x

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  7. I love all your little embllishments. very nice

    Hugs

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  8. Lovely card. Really like the traditional Christmas colours. And the image is cute too.

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  9. Marvin looks so cute! Great job!
    hugs,
    Gini

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  10. Another wonderful card. This is also a great image. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. I really like Marvin and you did a great job coloring him and with the card. The snowflakes and the red, really bring this card together beautifully.

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