I have gotten behind in my challenge cards due to some commitments but enjoying getting back to it. This is for the HYCCT challenge to create a vintage card. I am doubling up by using last week's sketch challenge. It seemed to work together perfectly. I even have a 'Karen Barber' bow today!
I colored my little Christmas girl w copics and distressed the panel with SU tea stain ink. The base card is Artichoke, embossed and sponged w white craft ink for a vintage look. It turned out better than I thought with this folder. The Razzleberry panel is some retired hostess DP. I decided to pull in some gold using gold cs for background panels.
I thought this would make a sweet Christmas card for the ladies at MD Anderson. Hope you like it and thanks for viewing and commenting.
Date: Monday, October 25, 2010 GMT Views: 1486
Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 60851
Mon, Oct 25, 2010 @ 9:17 PM
What a grand slam this is, Kathy. It's so elegant w/that fabulously embossed bg. I love your ribbon and image together. Wow, it's not often a card can really grab my attention, but there was not way of going past this work of art. Hope your trip to Wil, DE this summer was a great one. Did it make you want to move back home?
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