Friday, 18 August 2017

One-layer Christmas

Hello and welcome! Today, I'm popping in with a one-layer Christmas card for a couple of fun challenges.


After stamping the car from Tis the Season (Essentials by Ellen), I masked the stamped image using a Molotow masking liquid pen. When this was dry, I blended some inks through another mask that I had created using the smaller of the Window Frame dies (Pretty Pink Posh), that I bought using a gift PPP certificate that I had won. I thought it would be fun to mimic a snow globe to add some interest to my one-layer card. To blend the ground, I simply flipped my mask. After removing the masking on my image, I did some quick and simple colouring using Copics and then used a white Sharpie to add the snow. 

While I was making my preparations, I decided I might just as well create 2 cards instead of 1, so that's 2 more cards added to my Christmas card pile.

Tip: because I used 120 pound cardstock by Simon Says Stamp, I did not have any Copics bleeding to the back of my front panel, just perfect for a one-layer card.

Challenges:

LIM - #341 OLC Vehicles


SSS Wednesday - Add a sentiment


ATCAS - #117 One layer


Stamping Sensations - August Anything goes

CCC - #19 Anything Christmas goes 
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9 comments:

  1. I love this festive card. The snow globe shape for the inked background is a super idea and really adds a seasonal feel. Fab image too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

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  2. I really like how you've framed this stamp and created a little winter scene and you've definitely achieved the look of a snow globe. Thank you for sharing it with us at Stamping Sensations and good luck. Sandra x

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  3. It's a super CAS card Marianne, something I really struggle with but this offers great inspiration.

    Have a good weekend.

    B x

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  4. What a great idea to turn this into a snow globe, Marianne. It's beautifully colored and the snow really stands out. Thanks for sharing this wonderful card with us at Addicted to CAS.

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  5. This image is so appealing to me, Marianne - love it highlighted inside the masked shape! Great design - thank you for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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  6. I absolutely love this card - but how on earth did the Copics not bleed to the back of the panel? I use 160g/m² and I understand that converts to 109 lbs, so not that much less, and it bleeds a lot. Anyhow, I guess I'll just experiment a bit more!

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  7. This is so gorgeous, I love the look of the card. Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations.
    Pinky

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  8. This is a fantastic one layer card! Beautifully done! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CCC! -Lori DT

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  9. Hoe idyllisch. Leuk om er een verhaaltje bij te verzinnen.liefs InekešŸ¾

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