I elected to go with a card that has the word peace on it. I used the set Rejoicing with You for the main image, and the sentiment is from Calm Christmas. I used the retired DSP from SU called Winter Frost, I just love the colors in this paper!
The circle is from Nestabilities and I sponged the edge with Island Indigo and then paper pierced around it, and then I popped up the angel with dimensionals. The card still seemed plain to me so I paper pierced around the edges of the card also.
Now, my layout was inspired by the current layout at The Paper Players. I know I strayed a bit but cant you see the sketch in my card, with the angel taking the place of the rectangle shape across the middle? I know I stretched it but I hope others can see the sketch!
Supplies used(all supplies SU unless otherwise stated):
Stamps: Rejoicing with You, Calm Christmas
Paper: Smoky Slate, Island Indigo, Whisper White, Winter Frost DSP
Ink: Island Indigo, Smoky Slate
Accessories: Nestabilities Circles, Paper Piercer, sponge, dimensionals
I definitely can see the sketch in your beautiful card....what a great way to use these papers and images! And now your Christmas card stash is one card greater! Thanks so much for playing with my sketch challenge this week!ReplyDelete
no stretch required, missus! this is a GORGEOUS rendition of that sketch, and such a beautiful BEAUTIFUL take on "peace" for our JINGLE BELLES prompt! well done, on both counts!!! love it!ReplyDelete
Love that beautiful blue ... and what a creative take on the sketch ... so very glad you joined us at jingle belles.ReplyDelete
On my gosh this is beautiful and what a creative take on the sketch! Love it! Thanks for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players, Lisa!ReplyDelete
I can absolutely see the sketch and it's a great take on it! Love these papers and all the paper piercing is a fantastic touch! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!ReplyDelete
What a lovely color combo! Island Indigo is such a pretty shade of blue! :)ReplyDelete
I knew I would regret not getting that angel but I'm so happy to see how wonderful it looks on your card.ReplyDelete