Sunday, November 15, 2015

HO HO HO: Sunday Stamps! #114

Greetings crafty friends! Today starts a NEW challenge at Sunday Stamps!.  Yippee!
Challenge #114 runs for 3 weeks in order to incorporate Thanksgiving weekend. Your creative project needs to be submitted by Friday, December 4, 2015.   What does that mean? It means there is plenty of time for you to join us! Here's the new sketch challenge at Sunday Stamps!:


And here's what I made using the Cozy Christmas stamp set.




I went outside the box- well for me anyways, and decided to make a watercolor sky for Santa's sleigh. The colors I chose to work with are: Pool Party, Real Red and Silver.   

Here are the supplies:
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I first embossed the sleigh and snowflakes onto watercolor paper using versamark ink and embossed them with silver embossing powder (note: the snowflakes are from the Wonderland stamp set). I then water colored using Pool Party and Real Red ink refills and a wet paint brush.  After it dried, I layered it onto a piece of Home for Christmas DSP followed by a piece of Pool Party cardstock. The base of the card is Very Vanilla.  I really like Pool Party and Silver together.  Add a splash of red, and you have a festive card!

Okay, so now you have seen my creation, now its time to head on over to Sunday Stamps! and see what the other design team members have created and then join us. Remember, you have 3 weeks to submit your creation. We can't wait to see what you create!  Thanks for stopping by!
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8 comments:

  1. Annette, I love this! Your color combo for the watercolored background is amazing! Love the silver embossed sleigh and all the embellishments! SO FUN! XX

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  2. Annette
    I love the color
    that you put also red behind the reindeer and its great to stamp and embossed with silver
    great sentiment you have and lovely add of the bow
    see you maybe on my DT card
    hugs
    Monika (SS Teamie)

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  3. Oh, that is awesome! Love the way that your background turned out and your stamping on the foil sheet is perfect...mine never turn out that nicely! :)

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  4. Wonderful card, I love these pretty colours.

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  5. Hey Annette,

    where to begin with your card - you gave it a handmade/homemade and yet glitzy feel. love all the shine and yet soft rich pastels.

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  6. love your card ...some neat ideas ...thanks for sharing

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  7. Hi Annette, thanks for the comment on my blog. I love your card, that mottled background is superb, I want to touch it! Cx

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