Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Sassycheryls Challenge #37

Good morning all!  Here it is…..another week and a new challenge at Sassycheryls Challenge Blog!
Our challenge is to make a card and use some tulle.  Now I have a confession to make to you all.  I have NO tulle!   I used some wide organza ribbon and hope my Sassy Sisters will accept this card.

Here is my card-


When I first saw this image, my first though was,”this image makes me feel sad”.  Then  while coloring it I realized why.  I feel like this little girl this Christmas.  I am lost and sad that I won’t have Dad with me………. anyway……. I think this is my all time favourite image that Cheryl has drawn.
The image is called- Christmas Candy Cane Girl
  • SU paper- garden green and kraft, DP is My Minds Eye
  • organza ribbon which I gathered at the bottom of the card, MS border punch, Copic markers, homemade faux brads, clear nail polish for the brads, dimensionals.
Now it is time for you to check out the rest of the teams creations.  Just head over to the Sassycheryls Challenge Blog!
See you there!


Cheryl said...

It's gorgeous Kim. I LOVE the ribbon! Beautifully colored! It reminds me of an antique card. Fantastic!

Dawn said...

awww Kim...cherish those memories! laugh a little, cry a little.. repeat those little stories.

it's a beautiful card

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Flip-Flop Creations said...

Fabulous card Kim! The organza ribbon looks beautiful! Coloring is awesome.
I hope your Christmas season is full of peace, love and fond memories of Christmas' past. BIG hugs ~jeni

Cathy said...

Kim, I think we are all that little vintage girl. I love what you have done with her!!! Great Challenge Card!

Holly said...

aw Kim, I'm sorry you're feeling sad but it is hard to not have family especially during the holidays.
I love your coloring on this - such wonderful shading! Your faux brads rock!

jkreucher said...

How fun to see all the different ideas for coloring this little sweetie...
love your very vintage feel.
so lovely!

Ann English said...

Oh, Kim, the first Christmas is so hard. Christmas of '05 was the hardest ever for ma having lost both my Dad and my son that year. Do cherish the memories and savor the moments with those you love this year.

The card is stunning. Sending you hugs and warn=m wishes.

*Vicki* said...

Gorgeous card Kim!! The image looks fabulous on the kraft card stock!! The Vintage papers are so yummy!! :) HUGS

JACKIE M said...

I love the way you coloured the image Kim, great card.