Thursday, December 10, 2015

My Favorite Things Color Challenge #35

Hi ya, all! It's the second Thursday of the month and that means there is a new color challenge over at MFT Challenge & Inspiration Blog! First is the new color palette.


Here is my card.


Hope some of you are up for a non-traditional color holiday card! =)


Mr. Elf from the Santa's Elves set is die cut, stamped with Antique Linen Distress Ink and colored with Copic markers.


I used the fun Snow Drifts Cover-Up to help me with the background and the sentiment is from the Gift Tag Greetings set.

That's all for now. Don't forget to find out what my talented teammates created using these colors and see all the challenge details over at MFT Challenge & Inspiration Blog! =)

Have a fabulous day and thanks for stopping by!


Affiliate links are used in some cases! =)
supplies:
cardstock: (white) Papertrey Ink, (Lavender Fields, Summer Splash) My Favorite Things
clear stamps: (Santa's Elves, Gift Tag Greetings) My Favorite Things
dye ink: (Antique Linen) Ranger Industries
hybrid ink: (Black Licorice) My Favorite Things
accents: (Rainforest, Purely Peppermint) Lucy's Little Things
dies: (Santa's Elf, Snow Drift Cover-Up) My favorite Things
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft
other: (foam tape) 3M
Copics used:
skin: E13, E11, E01, E01, E0000, R20
hair: BV04, BV02
outfit: BG32, BG11, BG10, YG17, YG25, YG03, BV17, BV04, BV02
ornament: BG32, BG11, BG10, BV17, BV04, BV02
card size: 3 1/2" x 5 1/4"

5 comments:

Shirley N said...

Ahhh, this is so adorable Alice! I love how you used the snow drift die in your layout and your elf is just precious! LOVE!!!

Bad Kitty said...

cute!
Bad Kitty's Craftroom
>^.^<

~amy~ said...

You've been busy! This is so cute!

Diane Jaquay said...

You nailed this, Alice, love how you used the strips from the snowdrift die, and the elf is colored to perfection with the challenge colors!

Miriam Prantner said...

Love that you used these colors for a holiday card! And love how you incorporated the wave pieces too!

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