Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Merry Little Christmas...

It's December 1st and that means a brand new Farm Fresh Challenge is underway at The Greeting Farm! As you know a new challenge is issued at the beginning of every month over on the TGF blog and this time we want to see you 'Add Sparkle' to your creations. Can you believe we are on the last challenge for 2016 already? Craziness I tell ya! With Christmas coming and the colder winter weather, adding sparkle to a card shouldn't be too hard at all. Sequins, glitter, gems... there are so many options to make your projects sparkle and shine so why not ink up your favorite TGF stamp and play along for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate?

For my Sparkle card I inked up the November Super Secret Stamp Club cutie called Jamie. She is all bundled up for a day outside in the cold and snow so I thought it would be fun to stamp up a little Christmas tree lot for her to visit as well. Then I paired that up with this great snowy neighborhood paper from Carta Bella. For the sparkle element I sprinkled on some gold sequins and kept the over-all card design clean and simple. I think Jamie knows the exact tree that she wants to take home and decorate this year.

Ok, so have fun with this one!
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink and Copic X-Press It
paper- Carta Bella (Snow Fun)
stamps- The Greeting Farm (Super Secret Stamp Club Jamie), Avery Elle (sentiment), Simon Says Stamp (Christmas Town set)
ink- Memento tuxedo black
Studio Calico gold sequins
My Favorite Things stitched frame die
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20
eyes- G94, BG000
hair- E74, E77, E79, W10
clothes- R14, R17, E07, E81, E84, 0, BG10, BG53, BG07, T3, T5, T7, W8, W10
tree lot- G43, G46, E31, Y00, Y21, R14, R17, E07, YR04, E81, BG90

4 comments:

Heidi Brawley said...

AWE Love the cute scene you created with the cute DP and stamps!!!
Hugs, Heidi & Brooke

Julie D. Richards said...

So darn cute. Love the whole scene.

Anonymous said...

Great card!

Tracey Ann said...

Darling card, Amy! Love how you used the Christmas Town Set ... just beautifully captured christmas scene!