Monday, December 22, 2014

Winter fun


When I was in college, people used to take trays out of the cafeteria to use as sleds. I'm pretty sure there was a sign posted somewhere saying students were not allowed to remove trays from the cafeteria, and that rule was widely ignored.

I guess a patched up inner tube would work just as well, as this little guy sure seems to be enjoying it.  The image is from Bugaboo, and it's colored with pencils. The sentiment is from Impression-Obsession.

To create the snowy hill, I tore several layers of white paper and layered them on top of each other.  The sky is simply sponged-on Blue Bliss ink. For a little bling, I added some snowflake-shaped sequins.

I am entering this card in the following challenges.

Catch the Bug -- Bingo (Bugaboo image, snowflake, bling)
Inky Impressions 190 -- Winter Wonderland
Crafty Sentiments -- Winter
Word Art Wednesday #163 -- Anything Goes

5 comments:

  1. Hi Sandy!
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  2. This looks so fab. Great details with the scenery and sentiment. Thanks for playing at Crafty Sentiments last week and sorry for my a bit late comment. Still hope to see you back for our new challenge.starting today. Bettina GD Member at Crafty Sentiments xx

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  3. This brought back such fun memories, Sandy! We used to make runs down Hospital Hill in old patched up inner tubes! I love your delightful card! I hope your Christmas was wonderful and I wish you all the best in the new year!! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. What a wonderful little scene you've created, love it! Thanks for joining us at Catch The Bug! Happy New Year!

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  5. Cute card! When we lived in Ohio we would sled down the hill on our sled, but it was truly better when we could use the neighbor's plastic disk (AKA a cafeteria tray made for the snow).

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