Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow! - Create a Winter Scene with a Snow feature...



















Today is my brother's 40th Birthday, and it's the only time my mother said she was ready for Christmas! Well I'm back with another card for Loves Rubberstamps and this week's challenge is Let it Snow! Let it Snow! - Think - outdoor scenes, snowflakes, snowmen, igloos & penguins, polar bears on glacier ice... etc! ** This week's SPONSOR IS KENNY K **

I used 'Ice Skate Kate' by Kenny K and colored her using my Prismacolor pencils and I also used white flocking on her tutu. I was trying to create a card that look like she was skating on a open pond with trees all around. So I started off using Night of Navy paper for my base which is a 5"x 7" finished card size.  Then I used Bo Bunny latest collection called 'Powder Mountain' for the rest. You can find the paper pad here in the store; http://www.lovesrubberstamps.net/item_1345/POWDER-MOUNTAIN-6x6-Scrapbook-Patterned-Paper-Pack-from-Bo-Bunny.htm I also used a paper that looked like a sheet of ice which I have had for years which I ran it thru an embossing folder called Birds & Wreath by Sizzix, I then used some white striped metallic paper to make the snow hills. I ran them thru a paper crimper for added effect and to give my trees a starting off point. I cut out the row of background  trees twice using Tim Holtz 'Tree Line' On the edge die using blue paper and light blue paper by Bo Bunny. I then cut out various trees using Tim Holtz 'Snow Tree and Cottage Cutz 'Rustic Sign & Trees and again using the paper from Bo Bunny line. On the dark blue trees I used a Sakura glue pen and added some 'Shaved Ice' by Stampendous for snow. On the 2 light blue trees I used  Viva Decor holographic glitter liner and then sprinkled on blue highlight glitter by In The Making Enterprises over top, to look like snow. I stamped the sentiment from Impression Obsession set called '' Let it Snow' using black crafter's ink and emboss using dark blue embossing powder from Clearsnap. I cut that out using an Anja's Large Oval by Marianne Designs. I added some foam snowflake stickers that I had on hand.
Create a project that uses Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Think - outdoor scenes, snowflakes, snowmen, igloos & penguins, polar bears on glacier ice... etc! **

How to play: 
Just upload a creation that follows this week's challenge to your online blog or gallery. Then leave a link to your project in the linky widget at the bottom of this post. If you upload to online galleries, please also use the tag or keyword LRSBC30. Our challenge is open to everyone, you can use any stamps and products that you would like, and you can enter as many times as you want. 

Deadline:
The linky entry widget will close at 9PM CST on Monday, Decmber 17th so all entries need to be in before then. 

Prize Information:

One lucky participant will be chosen using a random number generator will be able to proudly display our Winner's Badge on their blog!

We will have two different possibilities for a gift voucher prize from Loves Rubberstamps for the winner as well.

$10.00 - If the stamp used is from a company that we do not carry in our store
$20.00 - If the stamp used is from a company that we DO carry in our store

If you want to see what companies we carry visit our store Loves Rubberstamps

We have a very special GUEST SPONSOR this week!


 This week's SPONSOR IS KENNY K **

I entered this card in the following challenges;
1) http://craftycreationschallenges.blogspot.ca/2012/12/199-winter-scene.html
2) http://delightfulsketches.blogspot.ca/2012/12/all-about-christmas.html
3) http://craftascene.blogspot.ca/
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13 comments:

  1. Wow - this is awesome! So many great details (as usual) and it comes together for such a great scene! Love this!!

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  2. Such a fun card. Love all the pretty trees and the way you colored her up.
    Hugs, Dangina

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  3. Beautiful winter scene, Jackie! It feels cold and crisp! Love the dimension and texture, for which you have become so famous!

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  4. Fabulous winter scene I love all the details and elements you added with this adorable image, she does look like she is skating on a pond surrounded by tree's. LOVE it.

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  5. What a fun card! Love all the embellies! Great texture...

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  6. Lovely use of your diecuts Jackie, you've made a really pretty Christmas card.

    Thanks so much sharing with us at Craft a Scene challenge this month.

    B x

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  7. this is a really nice scene. well done!!
    the girl is walking trough the forest in the beautiful winterlancscape!
    thank you for joining at craft a scene this month.
    greetings

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  8. Such a lovely winter landscape. Thank you for sharing it with us at Craft A Scene this month. xx Maggie

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  9. Beautiful Winter wonderland! Love the design~hugs Deanna

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  10. Wow, Your snow scene is absolutely amazing!!! You are so good at this with all the gorgeous details. Love the KK image too! :)

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  11. This is awesome Jacqueline! Your scene is so detailed and pretty! I Love it!

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  12. What an awesome card! The dimension is great with all the trees and the image is colored so beautifully.

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  13. Love all the trees Jacqueline - it is a great card. Thanks for joining us this month at Craft a Scene. NancyD

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