I don't make too many cards for my husband, but this image just seemed like the perfect one for his Christmas Card. :) This is a great Simply Betty Stamps image for the new Freebie Progressive Challenge at The Outlawz! Come on and join the fun!
She's colored with Spectrum Noir pens and the papers are all scraps from a Paper Studio Christmas paper pad I bought a couple of years ago. The outside sentiment is cut from red vinyl with the Cricut Font and placed on a tag cut from Tags, Bags and More. the inside I typed on my computer. I added a few gems from my stash (alias "The package is gone, so I don't know whose they are!")
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and I wish you a Happy New Year!!!
This month we are sponsored by : http://www.etsy.com/shop/annesdigitalart
And our challenge this week is our usual "Anything Goes, with a Twist and the Twist is First Day of Winter!"
Winter = cold in my mind, hence my card:
I love this red, embossed foil paper! I bought a bag of "paper scraps" from The Paper Studio several years ago and I've used some of this red just about every Christmas. The poinsettia cut is from the "Cricut Seasonal Cartridge "Christmas". I typed the sentiment on my computer and cut it out with a Spellbinders die.
The first sentiment is Stampin' Up stamp, the second is a Stampabilites stamp.
I appreciate you stopping by today and I hope you'll join us at The Outlawz!
I haven't been joining in other challenges much lately, so I'm joining up this time at these challenges:
Good morning! I hope you are staying warm 'cause it's cold around here! I hope this isn't an indication that our whole winter is going to be early, cold and icy. Well, I guess if it is, I should be able to hide in my craft room a lot! :)
It's Team A's turn to host the new challenge at Tuesday Throwdown. We are sponsored by Robyn's Fetish and our theme is "Bling It On"! Seriously, who doesn't love bling???
I've used RF "Gilded Christmas Dove"
I colored the image with Glitter Gel pens and mounted it on a card base made with two different cuts from Cricut's Lacy Labels cartridge. This shot shows the sparkle of the gel pens on the image. It almost looks like plastic in real life.
The gems are from The Paper Studio. They are corner pieces, but I opened them up wider to fit the card shape better.