Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Christmas Morning

Christmas morning 2015

It is time again for Scrapy Lands challenge #9 to start, it starts today and ends on January 20 it is a Bi Weekly challenge. Yo9u have a chance to win a $15.00 gift certificate, YOU NEED TO REMEMBER TO USE DIE CUTS THAT SCRAPY LAND SALES and YOU NEED TO USE DIE CUTS ON YOUR CARD……that is the only requirement…… Here is the STORE LINK SO IT IS EASY TO CHECK OUT AND SEE IF THEY HAVE THE DIE CUTS. Here is the link to the challenge blog, come and job us or stop by and see all the beautiful cards the other designers made.The image is from Mo’s digital pencil and the image is called “Pammy Stocking” My card that I made is kind of like if you remember not I think this is reaching in 2013 in October I made several candy boxes for the kids for Halloween, but this one the front is different and I do not have a name for it.

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The die cut used to frame the little girl is called spellbinders/nestabilities Labels 40. Memory Box Frostyville border, Memory box Frosty vine border, Echo Park Merry Christmas die. Punched out a lot of tiny snowflakes with my tiny snowflake punch from Punch a Bunch.

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Side view.

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As you can tell on the right side my tree kind of tipped to the side. Remember this is made with love. Here I have a view looking down into the card.

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I added things to the sides because this is Emma (granddaughter) Christmas card but if you do not add things to the sides this card will fold down nicely in a large envelop.

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Top view of the card. Always have to add sparkles for Emma she is 9 years old so as much bling as possible for her.

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This is the strip on the bottom.

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Here is just the top view, I added a plastic piece put Merry Christmas on it and a bunch of gems to look like 2 Christmas trees. These decorated accents are from Robert Stanley silver collection.

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If you look real hard I did add gem all kinds and all kinds of colors.

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I entwined the frostyville border and the frosty vine border.

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These are the copic markers I used to color the image. Here is the close up of the image.

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If I get a chance I will try and make a pattern or do a video on how to do this card step by step. I know I still need to do the tent card for you and I will get that done, now that all the Holidays are done and life can get back to normal. So have a wonderful week, be safe!

AAPATRICIA ST MARTIN - SIGNATURE

19 comments:

Anne Temple said...

WOW Pat! This looks amazing. I didn't realize it had all that dimension. Love all the different angles you've showed us.

Maire Gamber said...

Lovely card Pat! The box card was just perfect for this card!!! Your coloring is just gorgeous! I love the dimensional card and the image is super adorable. Have a wonderful new year my friend!
Hugs,
marie

*Vicki* said...

Such a gorgeous box card design Pat!! Love all of the amazing details on this!! HUGS :)

Lori Kobular said...

OMG!! Look at all the details and dimension on your beautiful Christmas Card!! Love allt he different dies you used!!

Lisa said...

Oh wow, this is amazing!! The dimension is fabulous!! The image is so sweet and colored beautifully!! I love all of the dies you used!! This is stunning!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

jimlynn said...

Pat, this is absolutely amazing!!! WOW!!! I love the dimension and the entire scene you created. So beautiful!
Lynn

Darcy Schroeder said...

Pat, this is so spectacular!! Yes, video, video!!! I'd love to know how to make a card like this for my own granddaughter!
Hugs
Darcy

Donna Hanley said...

Emma will be thrilled. There are so many intricate parts to this card and they all came together beautifully. Wonderful Card. Have a fantastic night.

Tammy said...

Wow, wow, wow! What an amazing creation and so much eye-candy to enjoy! Wonderful creation!

Donna said...

Wow, Pat, this is stunning! I love the detail. And I'd love to see a video or tutorial for how you did it. It truly is beautiful!

Penny said...

Beautiful creation, Pat! Love the sweet image and your coloring! Your Emma must have loved this with all the fun bling you added to this intricate design! So darling for a young girl! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Patricia Chalas said...

Beautiful creation Pat!
Love all that dimension... it's so cute!!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Hello my friend ... sorry it's been so long since my last visit! CRAZY around here the past few months! Uuugh I'm ready for a long winter's nap! LOL!
Anyways ... this is AMAZING and absolutely GORGEOUS! You are SO creative and I always draw inspiration when I visit! Stay warm and stop by my blog when you get the time ... it's always nice to see your smiling face!

Donna Ellis said...

I am in love! Pat, your card is amazing (and a perfect setting for the darling Mo image!) Beautifully done, and I'd love seeing the video or tutorial! Fabulous in every way, Pat. hugs, de

Janet McLaughlin said...

Oh wow, Pat, what a lot of work went into this gorgeous creation! This is spectacular!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Wow, this is a knockout! Gorgeous design, Pat!!

Pia S said...

Wonderful!! Kind of looks like you've put her up on stage! Love it!
You say, remember it's been made with love. My comment is usually if you want a perfectly straight and even card go buy a one at the store, straighter yes, and much less personal. But your card is perfect just as it is:)

Lady E said...

Gorgeous gorgeous card! Absolutely fantastic!!Hugs xx

Raechelle Bellus said...

this is amazing! I love the dimension and layers. So many delightful details to take in. Great work on the challenge!