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It’s my pleasure to host this week’s Inspiration Challenge (IC687)on Splitcoast! So we’re headed over to All Posters. I really love colorful posters..especially vintage ones, and for my card, I was inspired by THIS poster. 

I just rec’d these super cute new gnome images & couldn’t wait to take them for a test drive. This card really wasn’t hard & it’s all on one layer. There are only 4 images  (besides the greeting) the gnome w/ toadstools, the snail w/ toadstool, the rocks & the tall trees. The only one I masked was the gnome in order to stamp the trees behind him. Everything else is just coloring & I did all the background coloring first before I colored the images. 

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used (the bottom right one is an E31).

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Stamps: DRS Designs: Sleeping Gnome Snail Toadstool Wonderful Day , Double Tall Pines , Village Rocks/Pond(inside:Toadally Wonderful)
Paper: Staples 110# white
Ink:Memento tuxedo black
Accessories: Copic Sketch Markers, Rubbernecker Rectangle Stitch dies

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made this for the Splitcoaststampers Fan Club February Christmas Challenge! I’m part of the challenge team again this year & the bonus is I’ll have a bunch of Christmas cards finished in plenty of time for Christmas this year. You’ll need to be Fan Club member but that’s easy…just click the blue link to find out how. Bet you’re wondering what the challenge theme is..I’d love to tell you but you’ll have to go see for yourself.
This stamp kind of takes the guess work out of placing the images. It’s all one big scene. All you have to decide is what colors to use. Since it has a lot of white snowy areas, I went w/ a fairly bright blue & red. After I colored it, I used a Versamark pen to go over some of the snow & heat embossed it w/ a clear, sparkly powder. For the blue layer, I colored it w/ the same blue Copics then stamped the snowy bg w/ white ink & heat embossed it w/ the same powder

Here’s the inside & Copic colors.

Thanks so much for stopping by

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs – All in 1 Christmas Village Snow BgChristmas To You  (inside: Season of Wonder )
Paper:  Staples 110# white, X-Press It white, Turquoise
Ink:Memento tuxedo black,  Colorbox frost white pigment  (Distress oxide salty ocean used on inside)
Accessories:  Copic markers, ODBD Double Stitched Squares dies, holographic embossing powder, snowflake punch, Versamark (or any clear embossing ink pen)

 

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For the Splitcoast Ways to Use It Challenge (WT725) the theme is Going Dotty. I have a lot of little dots of Stickles so I think that will work. 

And while it’s been reeeeaaaaalllly cold here & we’ve had some ice & snow, I know all of you in the upper midwest have had a brutal time of it, so this for you!  I’m guessing the people attached to these mittens live in those areas. Sheesh! I don’t even own any mittens. I did just finish knitting myself a pair of fingerless mitts.. I figure that’s about all I’m going to need. My hands are almost always cold, but I need to use my fingers. Hence the fingerless part. To make my snowy card, I stamped the mitten part of the image once fully, then partially on each side, masking off the the greeting part. After coloring, I die cut the top edge (to resemble a hill of snow) & added the lt blue bg on which I stamped the Snow Bg w/ blue ink. I added a lime green frame to help give it some interest, added some snowflakes & a little stickles for sparkle.

Here’s a look at the inside & also the Copics I used.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: DRS Designs:Skip Winter, Snow Bg (inside – Winter Cheer)
Paper: Staples 110# white, X-Press It, lime, aqua
Ink:Memento tuxedo black, Distress Ink tumbled glass
Accessories: Copic Sketch Markers, Rubbernecker Stitched Hills dies, Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A.& A2 Matting Basics B dies, Serendipity Snowflake Reverse dieODBD Double Stitched Rectangles Dies, Stickles

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