I inked up a cryogen white card base with salty ocean, dusty concord, and chipped sapphire distress inks using a Winnie & Walter pattern of the rings stencil. A few strands of purple and turquoise twine with jingle bells tied to each end add a fun interactive element to this card.
Who knew this every ordinary day image could become the focal point on a holiday card just by adding a holiday sentiment with computer-generated font. One of the many benefits of working with a digital image!!
Also, can you tell I've been going with some non-traditional colors this year for holiday cards?
E-02/11 + R-32 (skin)
Need more inspiration? Check out what the other girls on the design team have created here. They have done a fantastic job as always!!
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Challenges Entered:SSS Wednesday Challenge #22 - Anything Goes
Always Playing with Paper Challenge #53 - Non-Traditional Christmas Card
Crafty Cardmakers Challenge #153: 'Twas the Night Before Christmas
W2SB #24: Twas the Night Before Christmas
(inspired by the following lines of the poem, "'Twas the night before Christmas... and mamma in her 'kerchief...")