Thursday, December 8, 2011

Let It Snow (Easel Card)


Todays challenge on the Art Impressions blog is to try a new technique. I decided to make a Easel card for my technique.

Here's a link to a tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers
with step by step photos on how to make a Easel card:
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/easelcard/

Supplies used:
Art Impressions Clear Set #CS3217 Winter Penguins
Spellbinders Nestabilities: Classic Scalloped Circles Lg
Standard Circles Lg, Labels Eight
Versafine Onyx Black Ink
Prismacolor pencils: Deco Yellow, Canary Yellow,
Sunburst Yellow, Yellowed Orange, Scarlet Lake,
Blue Slate, Copenhagen Blue, Apple Green, Dk Green,
Light Umber, Warm Grey 20%.
Make up and Q-Tip to apply to cheeks
Cardstock: Two shades of blue and white
Ribbon, snowflake buttons, pop dots, glue dots
Here's a link to the tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers
with step by step photos on how to make a Easel card:
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/easelcard/

10 comments:

SuzanneK said...

You have done a fabulous job on your easel card. I love the stamp you chose. Thanks for sharing with us at LIIU, good luck. Hugs Suzanne

Stephanie said...

How cute are those penguins. Thanks for palying along at Catch The Bug.

Pat Garvin said...

Such a cute image. Thanks for joining Speedy the Cats Friends.

Tracy said...

What a lovely easel card! Thanks for joining us at LIIU
Tracy x

Jenny said...

What a fun card! Never tried an easel card - yours turned out great!

kbrandy4 said...

Brilliant fun card!! Thanks for sharing with us at LIIU!!
Hugs
Hazel xx

Jenny said...

A lovely fun card. Great image.
Thanks for joining Papertake Weekly.
Jenny

Margaret said...

Lovely card. Using an easel card and penguins is a sure way of creating a perfect Christmas card
Thanks for joining us at the Creative Card Crew for this challenge
Margaret :o)

Tracy said...

Aww, this is lovely. Thanks for joining us at LIIU.
Tracy x

Sue from Oregon said...

More darling penguins! Love it!!!!