Lincoln Sparrows

Lincoln Sparrows
Spruce Bog - Algonquin Provincial Park

Friday, October 19, 2012

Bellariffic sketch #21

Hey Happy Friday and welcome to another bellarffic challenge.  This weeks challenge we had a sketch to follow - and it was quite easy.

Well, still working on my Christmas cards - so hope I'm not boring you - for my image today I'm using circle snowman, a Krista Schneider image in rubber by Stamping Bella.  This is another favourite image of mine.


 I used copics to colour him and shading around him was done with prismacolour pencils.  pencil colours: caledon green, deco aqua and light aqua, copics: snowman:C00, C01, B0000, arms (twigs)E29, hat & pressent: G21, G24, YG92, cardinal & dots on hat R24, R29, buttons C3, C5.

Dies used : spellbinders circle, and lacey circle.  For the embossing on  the sage shadow (behind the snowman) I used spellbinders M-bossabilities - Holiday magic.

Designer paper is Basic Grey Aspen Frost. I added glossy accents to the buttons, liquid applique to the snow dots and glitter all around him, and some sheer ribbon to finish it off.

Be sure to stop over at Bloggabella to see all the other entries for this week.  If you leave a comment you have a chance to win $10 in bella bucks.

Next weeks challenge is " TAKE 3- USE 3 PAPERS AND 3 EMBELLISHMENTS" on your card- now that shouldn't be to hard, so why don't you play along with us.  Just email Emily your card by thursday night - you could be the next $20 bella buck winner.

Thanks for stopping by, your comments are greatly appreciated.  
Have a great weekend everyone, see you again real soon.....



3 comments:

  1. Pauline this snowman was perfect for this sketch. Wish I could be playing along!!

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  2. Oooh this is so cute. The dry embossed swirl in the blue paper fits perfectly with a blustery winter day!

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  3. Oh Pauline, this is GORGEOUS! I love snowmen and your card is just lovely - love the papers and that curved piece instead of a squared edge and your gorgous colouring!!

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