12 December 2015

Week 254 ONE Layer Challenge



These challenges seem to come around really quickly!
Here's another and this time we'd like to see


Are you up for a little fun?
You can take this cue any way you like, but remember it must be a
ONE LAYER CARD with lots of white space!

A stocking is not necessary on your cards, but you may like to depict
something which may have been in one!

Here are our examples to get you in the mood!


I am always happy to find chocolate in my stocking, this Rubber Romance 
image and sentiment sum it up - at least the chocolate!  
Coloured with Copics.

If I'm ever stuck for an image for any particular challenge, I often look to the Internet 
for copyright-free colouring pages. This is one which can be easily downloaded.
The sentiment was computer generated and I think is rather fitting for this image. 
It was coloured with alcohol pens and gently twinkled with Wink of Stella.


The images are from Clearly Besotted: Naughty or Nice, coated in 
glossy accents and left to dry overnight before inking with distress ink
in Blueprint Sketch. The curve detail is created using the MFT Die-namics stitched 
border dies to emboss the card base. The sentiment is from CAS-ual Fridays


I stamped this gorgeous image, 'Hanging the Stockings' by Lili of the Valley, 
and sketchily coloured it in with my Derwent Coloursoft pencils, 
I think pencils were a good choice for this style of image.  
The sentiment is from Happy Little Stampers 'Mixed Christmas Sentiments'.  
Oh to be a child again with the excitement of hanging up our stockings 
waiting for Santa. I couldn't share what's likely to be in my stocking 
as I don't get one anymore! (can you hear those violins?!) haha

We hope you enjoy the challenge and that you are feeling super festive!


1 comment:

  1. Another super fun challenge ladies, and fabulous card inspiration! Thank you for all you do and best wishes for a happy holiday and a happy new year!! Hugs, Darnell



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