Usually we don't send cards in December, but this year cards are flying all over the world with the Card Chain Challenge. We had a tic-tac-toe challenge and here's what I went with - Torn Edges/Friendship/Blue. I wanted to make a holiday card and thought I could come up with something using these parameters.
Thursday, December 17, 2020
December Card Chain Challenge Reveal
Remember when we all made hills with torn edges and many of us turned to using die-cuts? Well, back to the basics of torn edges I went. Blue is a great color for cold holidays and a friend can receive a holiday card too. I liked the dark blue card for a background, but it was too stark so I took Hero Arts Unicorn White ink and a blending tool to make a frosty night sky and I love it. I think I hit on a good design and color scheme as I had been coloring the gnomes in reds and greens.
Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations Collection - Thinlits Die - Tree Line
Die-namics cute cloud outlines
Torn copy paper sponged with broken china distress ink
Nuvo Crystal Gloss - Midnight Blue
Navy blue card stock sponged with Hero Arts Unicorn White ink
Distress inks chipped sapphire (happy holidays) and broken china (hills & trees)
Vagabond die cut machine