Saturday, November 26, 2016

Non-traditional colors

After months of making red-and-green Christmas cards, I was inspired to break out of the mold by this super cute image from Scribbles Designs. I knew I wanted to feature the image in a large format to show off all the fun details, so that gave me room to add some color details as well. I used lime green, pink and turquoise, and did a little ombre treatment as well.
The scene is colored with pencils, with a fine-tipped marker to color in the Frosty's Christmas Trees sign. The lights are colored with Spica pen, and the poles with silver gel pen.
To finish it off, I stamped the sentiment in Ranger Stream ink, and added a metal Christmas tree embellishment.

Buy Scribbles Designs here...I'm a guest designer for Scribbles this quarter, and I have to say I think this image would be cute in traditional colors as well. (BTW, the current Scribbles Challenge theme is Happy Holidays if you want to play along.)

Here are the details on the image, linked to the Scribbles store:


#869 Frosty's Christmas Trees 

 


This card is for these challenges:
November Rudolph Days -- anything Christmas
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge #309 -- use a sentiment
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra
Word Art Wednesday #258  -- anything goes.



6 comments:

  1. This is fabulous, Sandy. Thanks so much for playing along with us. I hope you will join us again soon.
    Blessings,
    karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  2. Fabulous christmas card Sandy. Such a great image in the non-traditionl colours. Thanks for joining us over at the Rudolph Days challenge xx

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  3. Thanks for entering both of my CHNC challenges with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon. x

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  4. Congrats on making the design team for the next quarter. I like this image a lot (pun?) and love the colors you picked. It's fun!

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  5. Great non traditional coloured card. Love that stamp as it is so fun and sweet at the same time!

    Thanks for taking part in the November Rudolph Days Challenge.

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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment!