Friday, November 6, 2020

From Our Gnome to Yours - Color Dare #419

Here is my Design Team card for ColorMyHeart Color Dare Challenge #419 using a combination of new CTMH Paperpacks making a winter scene for one of the Gnomes.  I am so in love with the gnome stamps and most of my Christmas cards will be sent to my family/friends gnome.  

The CTMH Fancy Border dies were used to create my hills of snow and trees using design papers... and another cut of design paper to use for the sky.  The sky paper had flecks of dots of Toffee; but I inked over them with uni-ball gold pen which was also used on the gnome's hat, boots and bow on the gift. The rest of the gnome was colored with Copic Sketch alcohol brush pens to match the colors, Gift (Evergreen).    

TicTacToe 2nd Column:  Blue Bird, Gold, Evergreen 
+ Clover, Sapphire

Please pop over to ColorMyHeart Color Dare to see DT members' inspiration, along with other participants that have entered these challenges.  

Color My Heart Color Dare challenges are carried forward for two weeks so if you didn't share your project the first week you still have another week to enter that challenge...current challenges are on the side bar of the Double Trouble challenge blog.  

CTMH Products Unless Specified Otherwise
Design Paper 
     Mix-In Z9021 (Hills, Snow and Trees)
     Serenity (Sky) 
     Clover and White Daisy
     Z3682 Fancy Borders 
     Sizzix "Rounds" 
     Gnome for Christmas #D1982 
     Rubbernecker Stamps #3322 "Holly Circle Sentiment Set"
     Copic Sketch alcohol-base brush pens 
          C000, C1, C3, E50, E51, E21, G29, B95 
     Memento Ink "Black" 
     Gold Uni-Ball Pen 


MortiCraft said...

Another great gnome card! Love the tree paper too. X

Cat Nowak said...

I love how you used the pattern papers to create a landscape. Great gnome card!

Michelle said...

Love how you created a little scene with your papers. And that gnome.....adorable! Great job!

Alyson Mayo said...

Great idea to use patterned papers to create the scene. Your gnome is adorable!

Unknown said...

Your use of the pattern paper to create the scene is genius!