Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Two Challenges in One!




I thought that I should try to take part in the X is for Xmas challenge over on the "alphabet challenge blog". I had an idea in mind, just hadn't got round to making it happen. Then I spotted the theme for this week's challenge over on "Tuesday Taggers" is 'more than two legs'. This fitted my idea down to the ground so I had a play this afternoon. I'm not sure that I ended up quite where I planned and I am not entirely sure that I am so happy with it that it will be our family Christmas card this year.







The lambs and Bethlehem scene are from Art Impressions and I have coloured them with water colour paint, the blue is Prussian blue. Having stamped the lambs directly onto the card and matted and layered the Bethlehem scene, I still wasn't happy with it so I positioned the base card in a snowflake cuttlebug embossing folder and ran it through my Wizard. I then used cut and dry foam to colour the right hand side of the card with Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink, leaving the left hand side of the card white. Running the card through the Wizard had left a line down the edge of the embossing that I wasn't happy with so I ran a piece of ribbon (from fantastic ribbons) down the card to hide it before positioning the Bethlehem scene. The tag was stamped using Chipped Sapphire and a stamp from Graphicus. I attached this to the card with a bow in the same ribbon as I used before. The card has been finished off with a Clear star gelly roll saKura pen.


Well I guess that's me done before tomorrow's Tanda Teaser...so watch this space...


Thanks for looking!

Sue

x






4 comments:

Zoechaos said...

Enjoy your tea! It is a lovely card anyone who received it would love it. Thank you for sharing with us again this week at Tuesday Taggers xx Zoe

PatR said...

Great card and thanks for joining the TT challenge. xx

Isabelle said...

Thank you for sharing this with us! It's truly beautiful!
isa

Lesley said...

Beautiful card Sue! Thanks for taking part in the Alphabet Challenge xx