Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Your Next Stamp Challenge #3 DT card - Winter Digi

Happy Wednesday! It's a new week for the Your Next Stamp Challenge #3 today. This time is our talented Starlet Samsee's turn to host and she would like us to use any YNS image to make a Christmas card/project without using the tradition colors of red and green. It is a challenge for me, because I always use these two colors for Christmas, lol.

There will be 2 winners. One winner will be picked from randomly draw to receive a YNS stamp set. Another winner will be pick by the host (Simonne) to receive the YNS Challenge Winner blinkie. Entries close at midnight (EST) on Tuesay 17th November. You still have plenty of time to join, so check this challenge out here!

Skating Ellie card
I tried it and really like the way this card turned out. This Skating Ellie image is so cute. She is one of the new YNS winter digis. I was thinking winter/Christmas should be peaceful, so I choose an eye soothing combo of pastel pink & blue for this card. Since she is a skater, I decided to make my own little scene just for fun by creating a little ice-skating ring for her.

That was how I made it. First, I drew a shape of a little pond (I just randomly drew this with no particular template) and colored it with my Copics. Then I cut out the shape and outlined it with the liquid applique. Using the heating tool to heat it until it was puffy. After it was nice and dry, I added the diamond glaze inside the pond area. I was being good by not touching it before it dried. Ta-da! It wasn't as hard as you thought...

Here is the finished card:


I am having a hard time to take a picture of this shining skating ring, but it looks really shining on the card itself.



Side view for the dimension.


Closer view on the snowflakes. I've used the MS snowflake punch to punch out in two different colors, then put them together. Added some liquid applique in the middle to puff it a little.


View of the inside

Image: Your Next Stamp - Skater Girl digi, Sentiment digi
Background image: SU
Cardstock: Stampin Up
DP: K & Co.
Ink: Copic Markers
Accessories/extra: MS Punch, stickles, diamond glaze, liquid applique

Thanks for stopping by today and hope you can join us with the YNS and get your chance to win!

14 comments:

SemSee said...

I ADORE this Cabio! The scene you've created is so creative and gorgeous! That spotty DP makes it look as if it's snowing! I must get myself some of that liquid applique - it makes such good snow! Truly stunning job! hugs, Simonne x

Lana said...

This is just stunning how you created the background Cabio ;0)
Fabulous job.
Hugs
Lana x

Kerri said...

CABIO! I LOVE the scene you created!!! How awesome that you drew the pond, and I love the trees in the background! The pond looks fabulous with the snow and your coloring is awesome as always : )

Jacqueline's Weblog said...

Wow, this is very cute, super!
Great colours and a lovely imge.
Hugs Jacqueline

Lisa Foster said...

This is so darling! You've created the most perfect winter scene! Love all your details! That little Ellie is just adorable!
Hugs,
Lisa

Sparkle said...

This is just darling. I love your ice pond!

Maylee said...

This is SO GORGEOUS! Love the pond you've created. I still can't get over the fact that you decorate the inside of the card!

Cathy said...

This is so cute!!I love the colors and the ice is so pretty. I used it on my card too and IRL it looks really great but the pictures don't do them justice! Hugs, Cathy

Karen said...

You did a wonderful job Cabio! I love your little scene - you are so talented and creative!

Ila said...

This is just the Cutest!!..I love the scene, stamp...and that ice looks real!!...Totally Gorgeous!!..Hugs, Ila

Angelwood said...

What a darling image this is and colored so beautifully! Lovely scene! hugz, Angela

Jodi said...

So sweet! Love the soft colors you used! Don't you just love the non traditional Christmas colors? =)
Great that you did the inside of the card too!
Hugs
Jodi =)

glowinshadow23 said...

This card is one of my favorites! Love the pond idea, beautiful.

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