Jul 242020

Loved all the challenges this month challenging everyone to get those Christmas cards started.

After making a list of several challenge requirements, I went in search of images, sentiments, embellishments, papers, etc. that could be used to fill those requirements.  I ended up finding this sweet angel from a 2016 set to create a couple of cards.

The first card uses a no lines coloring technique.

The second card uses the much more common technique of stamping the image in black so that the lines remain visible.

Both angels were colored with Copic markers.

Challenges:

International Art & Soul Ch#88: Christmas Card Based On a Carol

Simon Says: Reach For The Stars Wednesday Challenge


Just Us Girls Challenge #545: Color Week

Craftyhazelnut Christmas Challenge: CHNC#499

Craftyhazelnut Patterned Paper Challenge: July 2020

Aud Sentiments Challenge #256: Things With Wings + A Sentiment

Iinkspirational Challenge #217: Painting or Colouring

Retro Rubber Challenge #139: Buttons Galore!

Sweet Stampers #46: Christmas in July

Christmas 24 Challenge #014

Happy Crafting!
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Card1:

Stamps: SU “Wonder of Christmas”

Papers: PTI Select White; SU “Warmth & Cheer” Designer Series Paper

Inks: VersaMark; Memento Tuxedo Black; Copics:


Accessories: Star Button; Washi

Card2:

Stamps: SU “Wonder of Christmas”

Papers: PTI Select White; Authentique “Peaceful” and “Tradition”

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; Copics:


Accessories: Stickles “Xmas Red”; Doily; SU “Ovals Collection” Framelits Die and “Occasions” Paper Piercing Pack; Paper Piercing Tool

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