Saturday, March 2, 2013

Christmas Holly

Each month on the 1st we reveal the new Christmas Spirit challenge HERE in the Fan Club Forum along with the details for the month. We would love for you to play along with us. Just think of all the extra time you will have come the holiday's when you are sitting back drinking some hot cocoa and listening to everyone else frantically coming up with a Christmas card. Now let's get to this months challenge details.... The challenge for March, Leaves of Green! Anything with leaves, any leaves that are green, how about 3 leaves or 3D- pop up your image. Have fun with it. When you load your creation to SCS please put keyword SCSCCMAR13 so we can find your creations!

My first creation for March is using Naturally Merry that I stamped onto classic white cardstock using memento tuxedo black ink.
Colored with copic collections:




Once colored I grabbed some of the Color Made Easy Pistachio paper and scalloped an edge of the darker color and a smaller layer of the middle shade of green.

My sentiment tag is using Tailor Made Classic Bookplate Die and I sponged a little bit of mellow moss ink before I removed the die. Tied off a ribbon bow using CME Pistachio moss green ribbon. Voila! One down for March. Hope you can join us this month. Have a great day.

9 comments:

Lynne said...

Christmas may be over but I saved this lovely as inspiration for next year. Thanks for showing the relationship between Memento and copics.

Dianne said...

Beautiful card your coloring is fabulous but that C word is scarry :):) have a great day...

April said...

What a beautiful, elegant card! Love it!

Dawn B. said...

Stacy this is gorgeous. I so need to do this. I have not even thought about it. Last year I was so good. Great job.

Allison Cope Israels said...

Awesome card Stacy! Your holly is so "pop-off the page" beautiful!

Jennifer Grissom said...

Awesome!

Becky said...

This is gorgeous Stacy. Beautiful coloring.

Debbie said...

So Elegant!!!

Hugs
Debbie

Leslie Miller said...

Beautiful, Stacy! I just love the crisp contrast of green against the white. Pretty design!