Thursday, December 5, 2013

Oh Deer!

Oh Deer 2013
For this week at The Outlawz Twisted Thursday our TWIST FOR THIS WEEK IS BINGO. We would love for you to join us. Stop by and see all the designers cards, everyone did a fantastic job. From the Bingo chart I used on my card was twine, digital image and different layers.
HOW TO MAKE A BINGO CARD.
Look at the bingo board, choose three in a row, vertically, horizontally or diagonally, and create  a card with those elements.  You could choose the top row, for instance, and so you use a die cut or a punch - a sentiment - and make it a card with more than one fold.  Or you could choose three in a row going from top too bottom, or three in a row from one of the top corners diagonally down to the bottom opposite corner.  The choice is yours.
Our Sponsor for the month of December is STITCHY BEAR
ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL IMAGES ARE FROM SITICHY BEAR, My images is called Baby Deer!
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Starting with my background. I used several sponges (one for each color), a template and brilliance inks, colors are sky blue, mediterranean blue, orange, yellow, coral, beige, olive and gamma green. Stamped the edges with some branch stamps I have had. Punched out a 1” circle to use for the sun. Them cut my card stock down to 4” x 5.25”. The black frame I made using black glossy paper, cutting the paper 4”x 5.25” and using my marking on my cutter, going in 1/4” all around and cutting out the center. Them going around the inside and out with a black marker. Also used foam dots around to raise the frame and for the baby deer.
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The dies used are Impression Obession die079-U, die097-M and die080-N. Aleene’s True snow to the bottom area.
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Left the inside open for a written message or a stamped message.
The close up of the image. I love the baby deer, he is so beautiful. I can see him standing in the woods.
He was colored with copic markers. Colors C01, E21 and E23. Added some stickles color star dust to the birch trees.
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This week I want to share with you.. How to make an Origami Christmas Card, All you need to do is click on the link.
You need to cut 6 pieces of paper 3.5" x 3.5", 3"x3", 2.5"x 2.5", 2"x2", 1.5" x 1.5" and 1"x1".
Here are a couple of cards, wanted to share them for the new crafters, that might have never seen them.
Sorry I sound so tried on the video.
Origami Christmas tree in red 2013
Origami Christmas tree in Blue 2013
We hope that you are enjoying our TUTORIALS, TIPS, TEMPLATES OR TECHNIQUES? We would like to hear from you about this idea and we hope this is something you are interested in. WE ALSO WANT TO ADD A GUEST DESIGNER ONCE AND A WHILE IF THIS IS SOMETHING YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN ADD A GD AFTER YOUR PROJECT ENTRY! Thanks so much for stopping by. Hope things have been good in your area.
Simon says challenge-Make your own Background  ends Dec 11
AA PATRICIA ST MARTIN - SIGNATURE

17 comments:

Donna Hanley said...

This card is very, very nice. The inside is as stunning as the outside. Also thanks for the tutorial on the tree. Enjoy your evening.

Dawn @ LilyPinkScraps said...

The origami cards looks lovely Pat but that deer card is truly stunning!! Love the colourful sponged background with those fab trees and the deer are all just wonderful :) Such a gorgeous creation!

Berni Cuttino said...

Happy Holidays to you and your Sis Georgianna. That deer is so surreal, absolutely stunning and the colors are off the chart.
Hugs

Roxann said...

Oh, deer, these are all fabulous! The deer card is very creative and gorgeous, and I love the other Christmas cars, too!
Hugz,
Roxann

Linda Palmer said...

Love these trees and the beautiful papers you used on these fabulous cards. Beautiful work.

Linda Palmer said...

Now to comment on the gorgeous deer card that you colored so beautifully. it looks so real. I love this card, my favorite on all the blogs today.

Janet McLaughlin said...

Beautiful card, Pat. The deer is so cute! Great job on the video, too! I will have to try this!

Penny said...

Your deer card is just stunning! What a fabulous scene you created! Love the background coloring & stamping! Love those fab trees and birds! And your deer is so beautifully colored! Just love this, Pat! :^)
And thanks for sharing the video with us--the origami trees are really clever and make such beautiful cards! :^)
Hugs, Penny
Have a great weekend!

Anne Temple said...

Wow, that deer looks so realistic! You've colored him beautifully. Love the card and the background looks amazing too. Great origami tree cards too.

*Vicki* said...

Oh deer Pat, this is absolutely stunning! Love the gorgeous scene for your deer and your origami trees are amazing!! Love the shimmery one for sure! Not sure I'm good with all of those folds, but I sure enjoyed watching your tutorial!! :) Thank you so much for sharing my friend! HUGS

Darcy Schroeder said...

Just gorgeous, Pat! Cant wait to watch the origami video!! Will do that right now!
Hugs
Darcy

Darcy Schroeder said...

Pat, just watched the video and I'm so excited. My granddaughter and I have been trying some origami but some of it is too complex for her (she is almost 7) and for me too! This is something she and I can really have fun with!! Thanks for sharing!

Pia S said...

This card really shows your artistic side and talent, Pat! The background looks stunning and I'm SO impressed by your coloring of the reindeer too!
I will try the origami technique! I've actually received some origami as one of my advent calender gift (NO - one never gets too old for advent calendars -lol)

Marie Gamber said...

"Oh Deer"!!!! How super cute. The deer is colored so beautifully! I love the little birds and your background. Another beauty, my friend!
Hugs,
marie

julieprice3 said...

What a gorgeous scene you've created, the deer is just beautiful, love the little trees too, very pretty
Hugs julie P

Emily Leiphart said...

Gorgeous cards, Patricia! Amazing backgrounds and I love the folded trees. Thanks so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

Paper Tails said...

Gorgeous cards! The deer is beautiful.

Karen