Saturday, February 27, 2010

KLSNS Challenge #19

Where does the week go?  Here it is Saturday again and time for another challenge over at KLSNSThis week the challenge was hosted by Risa and she provide us with this wonderful sketch: 
Since everyone seems to be getting snow lately, I decided to do a Christmas card....besides, you can never get too early of a start on those!    
I used the adorable Baby Jesus stamp from High Hopes.  Traditional Christmas colors just didn't seem to fit this image, so I went for a soft blue and neutral color scheme.   Once again I colored the pearls with my copics so they matched.

Please join us this week, we'd love to see your interpretation of Risa's sketch.  As always, we will have blinkies for the top three, plus this is a prize week!  For playing along, you are eligible to win this fantastic prize package:

There are two Magnolia stamps (Tilda Animal Keeper and Edwin with Lizard); a couple Magnolia card kits; an assortment of chipboard shapes, Petaloos yellow flowers; Meyer-Imports green glass glitter (this stuff is amazing in person); and an assortment of buttons.

You must link up your card by March 5th at midnight EST to be elibigle to win.

The other girls on the DT have some gorgeous cards to share with you, so take a peek at their blogs and leave them some love!
Kelly keeps adding new items to the store so hop on over there and take a peek! 
Have a wonderful day!

Recipe ~ all items SU unless indicated
Stamps:  Baby Jesus  (High Hopes); Sentiment - SU 

Ink/Coloring:  Memento Tuxedo Black; Memento Rich Cocoa; Copics (I wrote the colors on a scratch piece of paper which I can't seem to locate at the moment, if I find it, I will update this)
Paper:  Sahara Sand; Gina K Pure Luxury White;  DP - SU old Christmas pack 
Embellishments:   Gingham Ribbon (Taupe); Pearls (Recollections); Button
Tools:  Marvy Mega and Giga Scalloped Circle Punches; Circle Punch and Scalloped Circle Punch

1 comment:

Kelly - KL Stampin N Scrappin said...

Terrific job coloring the Baby Jesus, Jodi! You have also done a great job with the sketch!! I love this image and have to get some more Christmas cards made up. It is so much easier at the end of the year if I have created them all year long. :) Have a great weekend! Hugs, Kel

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