Sunday, November 15, 2020

Quiet Christmas Part Two - Cuddle in the Cabin

It's day four of the Quiet Christmas Release and just look at this stamp set!  It is appropriately named Cuddle in the Cabin.  Did you see the great sentiments to go along with it?  I really went out of my comfort zone in this one. 
                              

I wanted to color that cabin and place it in a snowy background.  I started by printing this digi on blue colored paper from Gina K Designs.  Who says that it needs to be on white.  I added the pine tree on the right side and enlarged it. Then I took my Prismacolor pencils and started to color.  Yes, you hear that right colored pencils.  You know that I usually go for my Copics but a girl can change her mind, right? 
Here is my card for your inspiration. 


Looks like my snowballs flakes are bigger than the moon in this case.  Lol
Just colored pencils and some white gel pen and a die called Anja's Square. 







Wouldn't you like to cuddle in this cabin? I would and that is why I chose the sentiment on the bottom.  

Please join the Bloomies on this hop. 
Christine
Gloria 
Barbara C - You are here
Lisa 
                              Broni
                                Catherine
Remember these are available in polymer stamps and if you can't wait, you can get the digital set 
quick as a flash. 
                                                                     Marcella

Thanks for stopping by and I always appreciate your comments!

I will be back tomorrow for the last day of your release.  Don't forget to stop by. 
                                                                   











10 comments:

  1. Love... oh I love... this on the colored cardstock look amazing and the snow looks perfect. Beautifully done.

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  2. I love this take on a bokeh background! So tranquil!

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  3. Oh my friend you did a BEAUTIFUL job of coloring this gorgeous snowy scene! Very clever ideas and using the pencils gave the snowy texture ... brilliant! LOVE it all! Thanks for amazing inspiration! (I want to go there right now and sit around the fireplace with a cup of warm cider ... want to join me? lol)

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  4. Soooo very beautiful, Barbara! I love the softness and the texture the colored pencil gives to the scene. VERY pretty!

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  5. That is such a gorgeous winter scene...awesome colors and it really is so inviting! Warm and cozy inside but one can see the winter cold with the outside colors.

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  6. How stinkin' clever to print on colored paper. I am so envious that you can run that weight of paper through your printer. Mine just jams up. And how stinkin' CLEVER to use colored pencils, they look FABULOUS against the blue. This is just gorgeous, you have really nailed it!!!

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  7. That snow is so realistic looking. I love what you did with this whole scene. The cabin is perfect for colored pencils.

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  8. That teal is just such a beautiful shade, and the snow balls make it so dreamy!

    Christine

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  9. Beautiful card Barbara. Love your coloring and the touches of snow.

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  10. You are such an artist my friend!

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