Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Snow much fun!

For this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches, our sponsor this week is Paper Pretties and i am using Sofia's Snow Angel.  I am not a snow fan..and i grew up in MI so i know i don't like it..i did think it was fun to make snow angels..even though i got totally covered in that cold stuff.

 Here is my card, please come and join us at Tuesday Morning Sketches for this challenge:

Have you seen this new technique where card makers are putting clumps of embossing enamel on the image's white area..well, i couldn't get the Fran-tage enamel, so i went for this other enamel..and i don't have clumps..but splotches.. LOL..i added some glitter as i was heating it up.  Oh yeah.. i did find out that card makers are heating the clumpy stuff from underneath and don't use the embossing ink.  Anyway, this is my experiment..eventually i hope someone will do a youtube video using it as the background.   I also used an embossing folder with two different designs..snowflakes on the top and dots on the bottom, or vice versa, depending on how you want it on your card. :0)  I sanded it too...ha, ha, but after i embossed the chunky embossing enamel.  Both of the dies are a Spellbinders die..and from two different sets.  The silver snowflake is a brad that i cut the back off.



Tuesday Morning Sketches sketch this week:

Copics used:
skin- YR000, 00, R20
hair- Y21, YR23
jacket- BG10, 11, 13
skirt/scarf- B41, 32, 34, 45
gray/shading- N0, C1, 3






The sponsor this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches is Paper Pretties.
Paper Pretties


For more inspiration don't forget to visit the rest of team's creations:



Challenges:
Clear it Out Challenge- The snow is falling, anything goes/stash snowflake (that silver snowflake brad is super old, i cut off the prongs and used it as a charm)

Scrap Creations: Going Grey-  Make it Sparkle (other than the obvious glitter embedded in the embossing enamel, i also painted the snow with Extreme Glitter Paint..which is hard to see in the photo..and i used metallic paper for the blue snowflake)

C...is for Challenge- Winter is coming


 
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