This card won Top 5 at Stamp Something!!!!
This week over at Die Cut Dreams, our challenge is to create a scene using a tilda stamp. PRETTY EASY, if you ask me. Also, I am pairing this card up with Pile it On, as I am Guest designing there is month, and the challenge is to Say it in Style. So, I chose to use the Winter Pond stamp with Tilda and Edwin Ice Skating, and I teamed it up with a winter circle sentiment which I added lots of bling to. So, two challenge cards, in one! :)I used Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses paper pad. LOVE the soft wintery colors of this paper pad. The pinks and blues were perfect to match with Tilda and Edwin's clothes.
I colored this image with various copics. WAY too many to mention, as I used a TON to get the background to look the way I wanted. I added tons of stickles to the image also, for some added bling and sparkle.
The sentiment I used is from my DCD teamie, Lynn. Isnt it great? I added lots of stickles to that too, to go with the challenge at Pile it On. I love the way it looks with lots of sparkle.
Here is the artsy view of the card. I kept it pretty simple, as the image is the focal point, and there is not a ton of room left for added embellishment. I love these images together, and think that it looks better without a lot of added embellies.
I hope you will pop over to DCD Christmas Club and join us at making a scene. I also hope you will pop on over to Pile It On and join us with Say it in Style this week. Both challenges are a lot of fun, and I cant wait to see what you create!
I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Pile it on - Say it in Style
Die Cut Dreams - Create a Scene
Copic Creations - Favorite Copic Technique (Coloring white)
Magnolia-licious Highlites - Use Edwin and Tilda
All That Scraps Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Papertake weekly - Anything Goes
Stamp Something - Circles (sentiment circle)
icopic - Color a Fancy Background