Through the Craft Room Door – Anything Goes
Friday, November 18, 2016
Christmas Greetings to Eveyone
Hi all. I thought I needed to pop in and show you this little card I made. As you know this is my first year for “The Daily Marker’s 30 Day Color Challenge.” I am having a blast! Unfortunately I am finding it really hard to post concerning my daily coloring, other than on Instagram. My decision is keep it as is, but when I actually create something, that’s when I will post on my blog, Pinterest, etc. Below is the beginnings of my card and Day 9 for "The Daily Marker 30 Day Color Challenge."
I really had no idea at the time the design of my card, so I just started with blending cardstock and Copic coloring. Copic colors were R81, 83, 85, 89. I wanted that really deep and rich pink. After the coloring, I fussy cut them out and laid them to the side.
Next step was my background. I trimmed Tim Holtz watercolor paper to a 5” square. My finished card is 5.25” square. I blended Distress Inks Chipped Sapphire and Stormy Skies. After that was dry, I splashed water drops, removed the drips with a paper towel, and then sprayed some Shimmer Spritz for added shimmer. As you will note in the picture below, I added stamped images of the same Poinsettia clear stamps I colored with Copics. When I fussy cut an image I like to have the same image on the base and color it in.
To complete the card, I added the Poinsettias. “Christmas Greetings” was embossed with Rangers Gold Tinsel embossing powder. For more bling I added the green Swarovski green crystals to the centers of the Poinsettias. I used fun foam on the back of the main panel for dimension. I used some Gina K Designs 100# base weight Cranberry Tart cardstock (perfectly matched the colored poinsettias). All of these layers were then added to a 120# pound White cardstock, also from Gina K. Designs.
Challenges that I am entering are:
Color Crazy Challenges – Anything Goes
Polkadoodles – Anything Goes
Christmas Blog Challenge – Poinsettias or Snow Is Falling
The Outlawz Friday Challenge – Winter is on the way
Thanks for stopping by! If you have any questions, please contact me.
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