Monday, November 17, 2008

Santa Sky


The OCCC challenge to use silhouette’s inspired this creation. I don’t use a lot of DP but have been trying to get better at that. I often find, as in this case, that I just couldn’t leave this DP alone and had to stamp on it too!

For the main image: I first punched a circle out of a post it. I used the outside piece as a mask to sponge my moon in Soft Sky. Then I used the inside of piece of the punch (the actual circle) to mask the moon while I sponged Blue Bayou around. I kind of kept an angle from the upper left to the lower right and sponged Night of Navy down from there. I used Blue Bayou to again to blend in the line between those two colors. A little black in the lower left corner and a little more Blue Bayou in the upper right and I was done with the basics. I stamped the trees in Night of Navy and then Basic Black. I added a little white Prismacolor pencil to the right side of each tree to help them “pop”. I stamped Santa in black and added a little white gel pen to the right sides of this image as well. Finally the sentiment was stamped in Whisper White.

Oh, how I wish I could take a great picture! This card is so cool IRL (in real life!).

Stamps: Amuse Santa Silhouette, Snowfall, Lovely as a Tree
Paper: Blue Bayou, Whisper White, SU DP
Ink: Soft Sky, Blue Bayou, Night of Navy, Basic Black, Whisper White, circle punch
Accessories: white Prismacolor Pencil, white gel pen


Enjoy!
Michelle B.
“Queen of the Scene”

4 comments:

Christyne (aka Apple Blossom) said...

I don't know about IRL, but to me it looks STUNNING on the web. Great job! You are such an inspiration!

Gloria said...

This is just beautiful. I am going to try this as soon as I am off here. I am in a slump lately and this is just the ticket to get me out. Love your site and your cards. Thanks so much for sharing them with us.

Lacey said...

Wow! This is a gorgeous card!! Great job! Thanks for sharing.
~Lacey

Ellie said...

This card is beautiful! Love everything about it. Now I am convinced that I need that santa stamp.