Saturday, 20 November 2010

Elliot Elf at the North Pole


I had so much fun making the last Elf scene I thought I'd make another one. I am pretty happy with how it turned out, except for the back of Santa's sleigh...its looking a bit too 2D for me. But as it IS only 2D...I guess that's not such a biggie ;-).



List of Ingredients:

Cardstock: Real Red, Brushed Gold, Whisper White, Shimmery White, Kiwi Kiss, Blush Blossom and Chocolate Chip (all SU)
Ink: Kiwi Kiss, Baja Breeze Chocolate Chip, Blush Blossom, Night of Navy and Real Red Classic Inks (all SU)
Stamps: Merry, Merry (retired SU) and Evolution Magnetic Alphabet (Making Memories)
Punches: 1 3/8" Circle, 1 1/4" Circle, Two-Step owl, Oval Extra Large, Oval Medium, Word Window, Butterfly, Curly Label, Boho Blossoms, Paper Piecing (retired), 1/ 1/4" Square, Eyelet Border, 5-Petal Flower, Small Star (retired) and Scallop Oval (all SU)
Accessories: Ski Slope DSP (retired SU), Brayer (SU), Crystal Effects (SU), Dazzling Diamonds (SU), White Gel Pen (Misc), Real Red Stampin' Pastels (SU), Dimensionals (SU) and Tombow Mono Adhesive (Penwa).


The 'snow' is shimmery white cardstock, the night sky has been brayered in (with a combination of Baja Breeze and Night of Navy Classic Ink), the moon was masked out with the 1 1/4" Circle, and those little blobs of Crystal Effects and Dazzling Diamonds in the sky are supposed to be stars...I am thinking I could have found something better to make stars (maybe next time ;-).

Again, thanks must go to Marie Shaughnessy for her terrific elf-making inspiration and instructions, which you can find here.

Hope you are having a lovely weekend,








(Blogged to: Let it Snow, Let it Snow - Michael Buble and Sleigh Ride - KT Tunstall).

7 comments:

Melissa said...

another cool card, just love your punch art!!

Jo said...

Just as cute as the first one. Take it easy my friend :)

Rebecca said...

oh, I loved it. Punch art is my favorite. Keep up good work.

Kim Score said...

so cute! This will be on my punch inspiration blog post tomorrow! TFS

Lolis said...

Great Work! Love your blog! I'm a follower now.TFS

Anonymous said...

Your talents are absolutely amazing and certainly so incredibly creative. Thanks for all of the inspiration. Keep it up - all the way from Texas.

Jocelyn aka JoBear2 said...

How incredibly adorable Sam! Your punch art is just amazing!