Challenge F4A355-Presents-Create a card with a detachable gift. Examples: book mark, small ornament, etc.
I have a Christmas tree that can be used as a name tag. Just write to and from on the back, punch a tiny hole in the top of tree and run ribbon through for hanging on a package. The tree is attached with a pop dot and can be easily removed. The rabbit can come off, also, if not wanted.
I used masking fluid, let dry, stamped image, created some snow banks by sponging with a template I made. I watercolored the fence, snowmen, and light bulbs, then removed the masking fluid leaving a snowfall. The bunny was colored with Copics and they were used, also, to color in ornaments on the tree.
Date: Friday, December 9, 2016 GMT Views: 818
Registered: May 31, 2009 Location: East Tennessee enjoying the mountain views Posts: 33073
Fri, Dec 09, 2016 @ 7:50 AM
This is adorable Brenda.... This snowman image has to be one of my favorites.. I love them looking over the fence to see whats on the other side.... How fun is that... Love the tag that can be detached and used by the recipient.... When I first started making card, I always included a matching tag for them to use or hang on their tree. Once I started making better card, lol I stopped that part... Love the sky and your coloring....
Registered: August 10, 2006 Location: Sunny Florida Posts: 22839
Fri, Dec 09, 2016 @ 9:00 AM
This card is a fantastic response to the challenge, Brenda!! You create such gorgeous skies on your cards. The snow banks on this one are awesome, and it appears that the snow is deep as only the top of the beautiful fence shows. The snowmen peeking over the lighted fence are adorable, as is the detachable tree you added. Great artwork, my friend!!
Registered: June 10, 2011 Location: Canberra, Australia Posts: 5292
Fri, Dec 09, 2016 @ 11:25 AM
This is one special card. Its just gorgeous. Love the snowmen peeking over the fence - and the cute little rabbit. The snowmen look worried - don't rabbits love carrots - he he. Perhaps that is why they are all hiding.