Wednesday, September 29, 2010
I won the random drawing at the Karber Weekly Challenge a few days ago and received two free digital stamps! Whoo-hoo! One of the images I picked was this adorable Rudolph digi-Isn't he cute! You can find him here. I thought he would be perfect for a Christmas Card (Well I do still have 40 or 50 to make....)
I plan to enter this card into the following challenges:
thecraftypad.blogspot.com -Christmas Sparkle
pileitonchallenge.blogspot.com -Cute & Charming
daisydoodlescreativechallenges.blogspot.com -Critter Mad
I colored Rudolph using my Copic Sketch Markers, then added some white flock to his Santa Hat and some Candy Cane Red Stickles to his nose. I used some old winter themed patterned paper from my stash; hand cutting some "snow" banks from white cardstock. I then added glue to the top portion of the layers and sprinkled some White Flower Soft. I used some crystal stickles to highlight the snowflakes on the patterned paper.
I made the base of the card out of black cardstock and coordinating pattered paper. Naturally, I inked and distressed the edges of almost everything before putting it together. I used foam adhesive to pop up the snow scene and to place the pull-out sentiment tag. Finally I added some Candy Cane Twine, a Red Button and a Jute bow-tied by my deft-handed daughter!!!