Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Elzybells Teddy and Snowman Christmas card


Hi blogging friends Free Smiley Courtesy of www.millan.net

I have another Christmas card to share with you today using a very cute little bear and snowman:


Isn't this just the sweetest little image?  I coloured it with Faber Castell + Derwent Inktense watercolour pencils and a small, round paintbrush.  I added some dots to the teddy's scarf with white acrylic paint and added my usual Cotton White fun flock mixed with Crystalina glitter using Designer Dries Clear adhesive to the snowman's hat and the snow around + underneath image which is my favourite way of adding some texture.  Here is a wee close-up:


And here is another angle so you can (hopefully) see the dimension on the card a little:



I added the bow in 2 separate elements and the bow itself was made with my Bow Easy.

Finished off with some My Favorite Things snowflake diecuts which are popped up on dimensionals.  I didn't think it was necessary to add a sentiment as I thought the wording on the ribbon would suffice.  This is my last piece of that ribbon (sob!).

Challenges:

I am entering my card in the following Challenges -

Just us Girls Challenges - JUGS #111 - Colour Challenge of red, white and green

Scrapbook Boutique Adding spots and dots - November challenge (note: only open to Australian residents)

Thanks for stopping by! Free Smiley Courtesy of www.millan.net

Jocelyn


Card Recipe:

Stamps:  Elzybells teddy and snowman (retired)

Ink:  Versafine Onyx black

Designer paper:  Kaisercraft Be Merry Collection

Accessories:  Cuttlebug, Spellbinder Circle + Scalloped Circle Nestabilities, Faber Castell + Derwent Inktense watercolour pencils, paintbrush, 140lb Watercolor paper, Kaiser red rhinestones SB711, Stampendous Cotton White fun flock, Crystalina glitter, Designer Dries Clear adhesive, white acrylic paint, dimensionals, ribbon by TPC Studio - Deck the Halls, Bow Easy, My Favorite Things Let it Snowflake Die-namics dies, Cardstock:  white, green

Punches:  EK Success Scalloped Scallop edge

14 comments:

Lynn said...

That teddy and snowman are absolutely adorable. So, so sweet! Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

hi there Jobear, Ah, how lovely is your wee card and yes love the way you add texture to your cards - have these super cute images just begging to be made into cards and still not time, but grateful still for what LORD enables me to do. I must send you email prayer answered today! :D thank you Lord! love and God bless, Jobear, Shaz in oz.x

Merry said...

Lovely card...great papers and such a fun image. So love the ribbon you have used.

Jackie said...

What a gorgeous card, and delightful, beautifully coloured image :o)
Jackie xx

jenny said...

Super cute card Jocelyn!! I love that image and the fab printed ribbon xx

Jenny x

Vicki Dutcher said...

What an adorable card! Cool ribbon too~ Thanks for joining in at JUGS!

Denise Marzec said...

Adorable card! Perfect bow, too!

lostinpaper said...

So super cute! I've been *meaning* to get my watercolour pencils out again, your colouring is just beautiful. Thanks for the gentle reminder. Oh, and thanks for joining us at Scrapbook Boutique!

Meadie said...

Your card is just gorgeous! I love that little bear, he is too cute, Hugs x x

downrightcrafty said...

Hi Jocelyn
this is one super sweet card and love the ribbon and bow so pretty with such a cute image too
Hugs Kate xx
PS I have some candy if you are interested :)

silkeshimazu said...

This is absolutely adorable! The bear and snowman are too cute. Love the snow and snowflakes too!

snailzpace said...

what a sweet image and lovely red and green card! i love all the dots, including the ones you added to his scarf. the ribbon is very pretty too.

Sue W said...

Oh my goodness this is adoreable!! Love the image and you've coloured it so well. Your pretty ribbon is a 'stand out' too! So glad you shared with us at the Scrapbook Boutique!

Sarah said...

This is so cute Jocelyn!! I really miss Elzybells and all the adorable stamps that Elizabeth used to design. This is a stunning job!
Sarah xx :0)

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