Good Morning and welcome to another Day of Creepmas Blog Hop. Day 7th!!! You should Hop here from our AMAZING HELEN
. But if you just happened to be here first, you can start at Rick St. Dennis new Blog, made for this Hop, "Airless Chambers"
. Here is my card for today. I used super cute (not creepy) image "Santa Nap Time"
by Rick St. Dennis, and colored with Copic markers and Prisma pencils for skin.
I was just going to stamp my Tree for the background, as my 8 Years Old Son said to me. "Mom try to stamp with all colors at the same time, that would be fun". You know those round box with ink pads around??? That what i was using. I never try that way, but wanted to cheer him up (he was sick at that time), so i pull out scrap of paper, and ink my Tree right on the top of all colors-pink and Green, blue and Purple. So now as you can see that scrap page of paper not scrap anymore. I loved it, and i used for my card. On the right side my Green Tree, and on the Left side my Son's colorful Trees, and i like them more. So then i inked background with Purple and Blue. Added little snowflakes and lots of sparkly snow glitter. And it's time for Santa to have a Nap. Shhhhh...To the corner i added Mitten out of Felt and wooden Snowman making a Snow Angel . I did stitching around the card, and Sticky Ribbon .
Now you ask me what is a creepy part of this Card???? I tell you what... You know how cold North Poll Is??? And look!!!! Santa is sleeping outside!!! Oh so CREEPY!!!! LOLOL hahaha. Did you have fun Hopping???
Thanks for stopping by and see you later with my EDT project for Sparkles and Shine Challenge blog.
What a brilliant idea your son had! LOVE the multicolor trees! Santa looks so sweet all asleep in that winter wonderland. Beautiful card! xxDReplyDelete
This is so sweet Nataliya, love all the sparkle and the fun Santa image. Hugs xxxReplyDelete
looks fabulous again Nat, clever kid your little boyReplyDelete
Looks a little xold sleeping putside, but he has blankets atleast! Wonderful scene! =)ReplyDelete
Great idea, brill card xReplyDelete
adorable card wonderful coloursReplyDelete
Very lovely and cute card Nataliya! Love the colors and the scenery is great! Greetings, CarolineReplyDelete
Oh I love the way the trees came out, Well DOne to your son for his great idea, What a great image too, so nice to see sweet and not scary!! Love HazeloReplyDelete
It is fun to get a neat suggestion and run with it - you turned your son's idea into a beautiful colorful winter wonderland. Love it!ReplyDelete
your coloring on that poor, poor tired Santa is beautiful and I love all that sparkly shimmer.ReplyDelete
thanks for playing with us at SFTW.
Your son's idea was brilliant! I love the multi-colored effect of the trees! It's very unique and eye-catching. Your card is fabulous!ReplyDelete