Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Cuttlebug Challenge.. World Card Day

I choose this little gal to start my holiday cards off. She can be found on sheet # 90 at Whoopsie Daisy.  Make sure you pop on over there.  She's got a wonderful sale right now.  BOGO and we all love that!

The snowflakes are cut from When It's Cold Outside Cartridges. The Light Pearl Blue snowflake is from Coredinations Gemstones collection. It was cut at 5". The Silver background is also from the Coredinations Gemstones collection. The large white snowflake was cut at 5 1/2". before I assembled them I smeared stickles on the white cardstock snowflake to make it sparkle.

The dark blue background is from the Recollections cardstock. I ran it though the Cuttlebug with the Snowflake flurries folder three different times to make the snowflakes over lap.

The image is colored with Bic pens and watercolor pencils. For the silver bow and shoes I used the Sakura gel pen. Added sparkles to her eyes and a drop of stickles to the middle of the flower. The finishing touches I add a silver Merry Christmas and little rhinestones to the snowflake.

Paper: white printer paper for the image and large snowflake. Core'dinations for the snowflake and snowflake background, Recollections for the dark blue background
Little girl: Whoopsi Daisy 90™
Markers: Bic™
Embossing: Cuttlebug Folder Snow Flakes™
Cartridges: When It's Cold Outside™
Ink: Sakura gel pen
Silver Merry Christmas
Make sure you join us for the Cuttlebug Challenge ! You can win Four Sheets of Whoopsi Daisy Images!


Annie said...

Totally Fabulous card, Wanda!!! I hope you win CB challenge!!!!

Linnie said...

wanda this is just fab i looove it

Nana Donna said...

Very very nice, I love the colors you used and the image is very cute.

GiGi said...

I love how it looks like the girl is riding on a snowflake!

Sandy said...

This is lovely! Great job coloring - and I adore the little lady!

Cec said...

What a fabulous big snowflake and a great way to showcase this image. I am fascinated with how you colour since I have never heard of Bic markers. You can sure make magic with them.

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