The optional twist this week over at Twisted Thursday
, The Outlawz
, is "Christmas Magic". I selected Ladybug Fairy
from our sponsor, Bugaboo
. The image has her holding a ladybug, but I added a Christmas ornament to make her work for the twist.
The additional stamps come from a set called Classic Christmas from Practical Publishing. I believe they came with a magazine. I embossed the tree on watercolor paper and used some Twinkling H2O's. The main image was fussy cut and the sentiment is popped. I added some Liquid Pearls.
|Copic Colors Used|
Thanks so much for stopping by. I enjoy reading your comments!
Jean, you are so clever! I love how you switched out the ladybug in the original digi for an ornament here! And that embossed background with the Twinkling H2Os turned out gorgeous! Great Christmas card!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Carrie. There is a photo of me at that age holding an ornament with reverence and so I couldn't resist adding the ornament over the ladybug as an embellishment.Delete
Ooh, Jean, that background is so precious with that image! I love the embossing with the watercolor...so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Katrina!Delete
Jean, you've done it again! I love Twinkling H2O's...I need to get mine out! That embossed tree is gorgeous, and changing the ladybug for an ornament...brilliant! Love the non-traditional colors!ReplyDelete
FYI...I'm still in awe of those boots!
Thanks, Janet! I have to remember to use some of my ignored supplies more often too :)Delete
Hey there Jean! It was so nice to meet you today! I just love the colors on this card! So very sweet and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Hi Lisa! So nice of you to find me. I had such a nice time yesterday. It was really nice to meet you too, as well as all the rest of the group. I hope I will be able to come again :)Delete
Hi Jean, What a good time I had chatting with you at our little crop! We must do it again. I love your colors in this card... unique, bright, beautiful!ReplyDelete
I had a great time chatting with you as well, Mel. (I couldn't remember for a second who Melanie was LOL!) Thanks for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment!Delete
Really beautiful, Jean! The image is so cute the way you have colored her and your background is amazing! Great idea to emboss over the colors. Or did you color over the embossing? Whatever way, it is gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Ahh, Darcy, I make myself crazy with these backgrounds. I had to look at it and I have no idea how I did that. Too bad, it must be a nice technique. Well, it will be new to me whenever I try it again LOL! Thanks for the kind words!Delete