Monday, July 20, 2020
Christmas in July
Christmas in July is everywhere - even at the North Pole! The biweekly challenge at Double Trouble #62 is also celebrating Christmas, beginning on Monday, July 20, through Sunday evening, August 2, 2020. DTC#62 is comprised of three elements:
Thing 1: Troublemaker would like to know about your favorite crafting tool. As both a paper crafter and a seamstress, I favor my scissors. They are of good quality and kept very sharp.
Thing 2: Double Dare dares you to link your project at Heart 2 Heart Challenges, but remember to check out their requirements.
Thing 3: Twisted Sister will give you an extra chance at the random prize if you use an elf or gnome on your project.
I had this cute gnome in my stash of digital images so downloaded, resized, printed, and colored the little guy. Then I fussy-cut the image using my favorite tool - scissors. I added a panel of plaid patterned paper. Next, I added a panel of vellum. The gnome image was then adhered to the card front using foam tape. The front was decorated with varied snowflakes. The inside was lined with white cardstock and decorated with matching patterned paper and snowflakes.
Be sure to visit the blogs for DTC#62 and H2H for guidelines on entering these challenges.
Size: A2 (5.5" x 4.25")
Stamp: KLM Designs "North Pole Gnome" (digital image)
Inks: Copic Alcohol Markers
Cardstock: Stampin' Up! Whisper White & Island Indigo
Paper: CTMH Vellum & Dare 2 B Artzy "Snow Much Fun" (plaid)
Misc.: Varied snowflakes and foam tape from stash
Posted by Melanie R at 3:30:00 AM
Labels: Papercrafting, X
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Good quality scissors are one of the best tools we can own as crafters. That little gnome is adorable and your colouring is fabulous! Such a cute card :)ReplyDelete
Your fussy cutting and coloring are gorgeous! Thanks for joining us @Heart2HeartChallenges!ReplyDelete
Oh wow!!! Melanie this card is amazing! I absolutely love the colors, the layout and design! :)ReplyDelete
How cute is that?!? Love your little gnome! :)ReplyDelete
Love your perfectly colored gnome, and I agree, couldn't accomplish anything without good, sharp scissors!ReplyDelete
Love your use of vellum over the bright plaid background, Melanie! The technique really lets the gnome be showcased. I'll have to remember this with all my plaids I haven't figure out how to use yet. Thanks for the inspiration!! -DonnaReplyDelete
Love how you used the velum! Wonderful card! Thank you for joining us at Heart 2 Heart!ReplyDelete