Monday, October 29, 2012

Hambo Stamps Snowman Sled


I have a fun Hambo Stamps card to share with you today!

I used Copic markers to color this fun stamp:

BG000, BG11, BG23
YR04, YR07, YR09
N1, N3, N5
C0, C1, C2
B0000, B01

I kept my layout nice and simple using Hero Arts layering paper in Pool, Via Vellum Black to mat my focal panel and Copic X Press it for coloring.  My snowflake is made using a die as well as the button,  I rounded the corners to soften the edges and thought I was finished.

I picked up my card and noticed there was a brown speck on the upper left corner so I brushed it off and it left a spot, oh no!  I've been playing with making homemade candles recently so I think that's what it might have been.  That's when I decided to add the white pearls.  I covered the smear with the first white pearl, then used my ruler to imitate the line of the snowman sledding down the hill so I could place my other pearls to mimic/duplicate that line.  Black dots would have worked for me too but for some reason I went with white.  Whew... nice save (=

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7 comments:

Cheryl First said...

He is fun! I love how you put the pearls diagonal - really gives movement to the image!
((HUGS))
Cheryl First
aka Cafexpressions

NancyD said...

Lovely project Jan, and great image too. Saw it this time on MIM. NancyD

byAnnette said...

What a fun snowman!
Pearls are perfect

mypurplehouse said...

He is very sweet - I love your style. The simple layouts make for great cards! Total inspiration!

Lyn

Loz said...

Fabulous card and colors Jan...Loz
Visiting from MIM..

Lisa M said...

Wheeee....hahahahhaha...I get it!! Jan, this rocks, I love the humor and the fun and the coloring. What an adorable and perfect Christmas card. :)

Thank you so much for taking the time to link up your talent and creative ideas with us at Make It Monday!
Happy Crafting...
Lisa xx

Renee said...

Jan this is so cute! I love the image and the way you colored him!