Saturday, December 24, 2016

Singing loud for all to hear...

Happy Christmas Eve!

I'm here with a surprise weekend post because I recently got the idea for this card and didn't want to wait an entire year before getting to execute it. As I was looking at the digi stamps in the TGF store I got to thinking that with a bit of altering the Wild Sprout Grads could easily be made into a Christmas choir. So I masked off their caps and diplomas before printing then drew in the tops of their heads. Now I had a wonderful little choir ready to spread some serious Christmas cheer. Oh and they were printed in mini size so that I could easily fit all four on the card. 

Well since I didn't get as much baking done yesterday as I had hoped I'm off to the kitchen to get busy. Merry Christmas to all my crafty friends who are celebrating!  :) 
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink and Copic X-Press It
paper- Making Memories
digital stamps- The Greeting Farm (Selene Grad, Adam Grad, Tasha Grad and Markus Grad)
stamp- October Afternoon (sentiment)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Colorbox creamy brown
Studio Calico gold enamel dots
Papertrey Ink Sprinkles and Shakers die
Smooch gold
Copic markers:
Selene
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20, E04
hair- YR30, YR31, E55, E35
clothes- C00, C0, C2, G14, G46, G29, N5, N10
Adam
skin- E50, E51, E21, R00, R20, E04
hair- E21, E23, E25
clothes- C00, C0, C2, R05, R08, E18, C5, C8, C10
Tasha
E00, E21, E11, R00, R20, E04
hair- E44, E77, E79, E49
clothes- C00, C0, C2, R05, R08, E18, N5, N10
Markus
skin- E51, E21, E34, E04
hair- T6, T10, 100
clothes- C00, C0, C2, G14, G46, G29, C5, C8, C10 

4 comments:

craftshopper said...

Very cute card! I am amazed how you are able to stretch the stamps. Great idea!!! Happy Holidays!

Julie D. Richards said...

You are so clever. Merry Christmas Eve. Hugs.

Heidi Brawley said...

Love your Super cute card!!!! Hope your Christmas was Amazing! !!
Hugs, Heidi & Brooke

Tracey Ann said...

Yep. You did it again! The alteration guru! This sweet little choir is so awesome, Amy! Beautiful layout and perfect sentiment... love!