Welcome to week #36 of the
This week the challenge is Christmas or Blue and White. I have a combo today. I recently came across a digi stamp from this site and fell in love! Then made the mistake of showing my sister and she had to have some made for Christmas!
(My sister and I are real close, so I do talk about her a lot. She's fifteen years older than me, and it took us awhile to get here and she's my best friend!)
The patterned cardstock panel is from Paper Studios. And the card base is 100lb. white cardstock from MFT. The snowflake was cut from the same cardstock with my CE. I used red and white baker's twine, sequins, and the Stream Skittles from DoubleClick Connections, they were the perfect blue for this card! I love that color! I colored the frog with copic markers:
Above this one is different in the coloring and the fussy cutting. I cut more from the frog between his legs and liked this better. I used Tombow markers to color this frog, but I prefer copics in the end for the image for a nice smooth finish!
I also added A Wink of Stella to the snowflake and the fur on the Santa hat. It's just not visible in the photos.
Check out the fab new Holiday Skittle Dew Drop Colors!
Frosty Kisses 2015 and Holiday Traditions 2015
Check out the DoubleClick Skittles Black Friday Cyber Monday Special Sale!
Come join the fun at the DoubleClick Skittles Challenge and see what the DT has created. Create a project following the theme Christmas or Blue and White, add your Skittles to your project. If you don't have any Skittles, you can still play along.
Also Carri always has a fantastic prize to giveaway!
Visit HERE to purchase and see all the fun Skittles!
I hope you enjoyed my froggie Christmas card!
And have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Thanks for stopping by,
This is sooooooooooooooo fun! I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!!ReplyDelete
This is so super cute!! Have a blessed day and a wonderful ThanksgivingReplyDelete
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This is so cool, how you showed both coloring techniques. I'm not a copics girl but I sure do admire the work of those who've mastered it!ReplyDelete
Thank you Terri!Delete
This froggy is just the cutest! Carri~AbusybeeReplyDelete
Thanks Carrie, we thought so too!Delete
Thanks for stopping by, Migdalia!ReplyDelete
Hi Lori, thanks for joining my blog and candy, I hope you will continue to follow and see my work. I have just joined your blog and will definitely come and see your work. I can see why you love this stamp, it's the cutest...and I am thinking maybe I may get it as well....keep in touch.xxReplyDelete
I will continue to follow, and thanks for following me as well!Delete
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Thanks for stopping by, Kristy!Delete
Love the expression on that heavily-laden frog's face!! So hilarious. What a great card!!ReplyDelete
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