Sunday, October 24, 2010

Whimsy DT meets ISB Challenge

 
Hello everyone and Happy Sunday! ISB challenge is going green! We want to see some 'Recycling' on your card/project. That means you must use recycled stuff on your card or alter something like an already used envelope or box etc. and recycle it this way! Easy peasy itsn't it?

On my card I 'recycled' my ribbon, it came from a packaging as well as the snowflakes. They were cut out from an acetate sheet which was originally used as cover sheet in a box of chocolates ;-)

 This cookie craving Santa is a Whimsy stamp and is called Santa's Midnight Snack. He is colored with Copics and was stamped onto X-Press It! blending cards using Memento Tuxedo Balck ink. The Sentiment and the Holiday Wish List are also available at Whimsy! I did some sewing with the machine and distressed around the edges using Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink.





As I mentioned before I cut out the Snowflakes from a sheet of acetate using my Cricut and the 'Joy's of the season' cartridge. Then I glittered them using Ice Stickles Silver Ice and Arctic Ice.Flowers and embellies are from my stash.


The inside is decorated as well.


These are the Copics I used to color the image:
*click on the image to enlarge*

Come and play with us at ISB challenge and while there please check out all the other wonderful projects of my fellow DT sisters!

Hugs,


5 comments:

Nicolchen said...

Huhu Iris

das Kärtchen ist wunderschööön geworden...tolle Farben und soviele schöne Details...einfach klasse :0)))

Ich wünsche Dir und Deinen Lieben einen schönen Sonntag ;0)

Knuddelz
Nicole

Tracy V. said...

I love this!! The non-traditional colors look wonderful! Very cute,
Tracy V

Dora said...

Wow this is gorgeous, that Santa is TDF, love the colours too xxx

Riet said...

So wonderful card Iris,I love the image and the colours.
So beautiful papers and the details.

Hugs Riet.x

Lynda Nielsen said...

WOWEE Iris, this is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! So beautifully colored, and your papers are divine. I love it.
Hugs,
Lynda