Saturday, November 19, 2011

Creative Freebie Challenge at The Outlawz

     Well, here I am at another deadline, only this time I have no clue where the time went. I really love the images that we were given and I'm feeling bad that I just remembered today that it's the 19th, because I wanted to send more time with whichever image I chose. You know, do it's wonderfulness some justice.  I had planned on coloring it non-digitally, but with the short time, digital it is. I used a pattern on the top of the stocking to give it a more fuzzy feel. The wonderful image is by Sandi Huggett.  The papers are from K &Companies Peppermint Twist Specialty papers from last Christmas and some cream cardstock I had on hand which was embossed with snowflakes from the Sizzix Christmas folder set from last year.  The top of the stocking is stamped with a stamp by Inkadinkadoo from Christmas Wishes and embossed with Kaleidoscope powder. The inside of the card is unfinished, because I'm not sure who I'm going to send it to or if it will be a birthday card. I embellished the pink border snowflakes with Viva Decor Pearl pens. Sorry, for the poor quality on the photo, but I ran out of daylight :- (  You should come and join us at The Outlawz!


     I also went to Archiver on Fri, before going to get my son from college, and made their Make-N-Take.  I ended up rushing home, hoping that I wouldn't get all of the glitter all over the car >. > then the photo ornament might show my photo at my memorial service, if my hubby found red glitter glue all over the seats. Ha Ha! Here is a photo of the tag. Of course, every time I touched them, I had glitter glue on me!


    The photo ornament photo didn't turn out well, so I'll try to re-take it and post it another time (must have been all of the glitter.)  Thanks for stopping by and please, leave a comment before you move on. I really love to hear from you. Have a blessed Sunday!

8 comments:

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Your stocking turned out so pretty. That's the one I was going to try to do. yes, where does the time go. So glad I was able to enjoy seeing yours and disappointed in myself. Poo!

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

It really is a beautiful tag....glitter and all....I love love peppermints....yum!

SannaS said...

fabulous card and tag!! merry merry!! =)
hugs, SannaS

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Jani said...

Your stocking card is lovely. I adore that peppermint tag. (although,I can completely relate to having glitter everywhere :)

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Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

HAHA...I'll send to Cheryl since she thinks she want get it...maybe...guess I could use for someone else. Your are too funny! I forget the freebies sometimes.

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