Friday, 25 November 2011

Pink Ink Skech Challenges DT - Kristy's Sketch!

Woohoo!! It is time for another fabulous challenge at Pink Ink Sketch Challenges! But first, I need to tell you about a name change though - we have renamed the challenge "The Sketchy Challenges" as lots of people were thinking it is linked to Kellie's store with it having pink in the title, which it isn't so we thought it best to change the name completely to avoid any further confusion! This fortnight we have a gorgeous sketch by Kristy - I absolutely loved playing around with this one! I have turned the sketch on it's side and added it to a square card (the sketch is a circular one). I have used papers by Magnolia and created a Christmas card for my little girl. I just have to use Tilda on her cards - every time I colour Tilda she asks if it is her and what she is doing in the stamp LOL - so cute! I have created a big round window for Tilda to sit in looking out at the beautiful snowy scene on Christmas Eve :) - I'm really thrilled how the idea turned out!


I have coloured Tilda with copics and added stickles to her wings and cut her out completely so she can sit in the window frame. Here's a closer look of what Tilda is looking at out of the window. Can you see the build up of snow on the window pane?? Hehehe - I had a lot of fun creating this card!




Of course Tilda has to have her tree up on Christmas Eve so I created her one using the tree stamp from last year's autumn kit. I stamped it twice with iced spruce distress ink and then cut them out to layer on top of each other to make a tall Christmas tree. Then added lots of sparkly baubles using gems from Whiff of Joy. The star on top is a charm from my stash which hubby kindly cut the ring off for me. The presents are squares and rectangles of another Magnolia paper topped with the cutest little pink bows which were a gift from my gorgeous friend Louise.


Now for the scene behind the window. I used the winter night background stamp and stamped it twice, side by side, with the border masked out, to make a larger scene. I covered the areas where they meet with a snow pen and dark colouring to hide any odd looking joins. I have coloured it with copics and added some more snowflakes and stars at the top where the stamping had ended.

The snow scene page opens out sideways to reveal a space for writing a Christmas message. Again the paper is by Magnolia and I used Kara's favourite of Mummy's Tildas - Tilda with teddy bear - just like Kara when she goes to sleep :).

I have coloured her with copics too and used the Magnolia doohickey snowflake die and added another of those cute bows to the centre. I created the doily using a corner punch.

On the other side I stamped the Merry Christmas text from last year's autumn kit with seedless preserves distress ink. I added a couple of gems and another snowflake with bow centre. I hope you like it and I've inspired you to join us this fortnight at The Sketchy Challenges! Pop over to the blog to see the rest of the team's stunning creations! We have a fabulous prize too! Thanks for looking! x

21 comments:

Denise and Louise said...

Oh wow what a gorgeous card. I love how she is sitting in the window and that scene is so perfect.
Denise xx

Val said...

This is just stunning and is going to absolutely wow your daughter.
Hugs
Valxx

Hlora said...

Very very beautiful cards! Love the idea with window - this looks great!!

Christina C. said...

This is an incredible work of art, Jane! Beautiful coloring, gorgeous design and magnificent details!
Love visiting your inspirational blog!

Durvina said...

Hi Jane

This one is so beautyfull, so many to see!

hugs, Durvina

Mo said...

Ohhhhhhhh Jane..., your card is unbelievable gorgeous..., love it 100% !!!
Enjoy the weekend, big hugs
Mo

Hanneke said...

Wow Jane, this is such a unique card! I love the idea of having Tilda sit in the window scene and the image you created is fabulous! Great job! Hugs, Hanneke

Chrissy said...

Stunning Jane...gorgeous card and colouring...love all the details, just beautiful.

Luv CHRISSYxx

Kirsty-Anne (Kitty) said...

Hi Wow this is so incredible ! The window is so wonderful ! You are a clever crafty cookie !!! I adore the scene and the snow gathered on the window. Love the baubles on your tree !! & the inside is so pretty ! What a wonderful card for your daughter !! Kitty ;0)

yvon said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Love the window and all the other fab things.
Hugs, yvon

Eskimo Frosting said...

Absolutely stunning. A real master piece.


Jayne
x

Craftdee said...

This is absolutely beautiful, quite seriously one of the nicest cards I've seen in ages! I just popped over from the Pink ink/Sketchy challenges site to comment that I love your take on the sketch, very inventive... then I saw the card in all its' glory and had to comment further! TFS this beautiful piece, Donna

Susan Flynn said...

Goodness me Jane this is a work of art. Your creativity knows no bounds!! Love the window you have made with little Tilda looking out, all the detail you have put in is fabulous. You are one very clever lady!!

Papirdilla said...

This is so beautiful. I love it:)
Hugs,
Hanne

Marijke said...

Oohhh WOW, Lovely CREATION!!!
Hugs,
Marijke

Helga said...

Your gorgeous card - was my Dream-Card !!!! So lovely and tender !
The colors you used are perfect - I like your card sooo much !
Greetings from Austria
Helga

Magda said...

Oooooooooo, so amazing!!!!
Wonderfull , lovely and i LOVE it!!!
Have a nice weekend
Magda

Riet said...

What a wonderful cards Jane.

Hugs Riet.xx

Abby's Paperie Garden said...

Oh Jane your card is magnificent! I adore how she seems to sitting on the edge of snow globe.

Happy Christmas to you and yours.

xo, Abby

Julie said...

Your card is so beautiful! I love your window and the night scene you created.

Julie

Eulanda said...

WOW!! This is absolutely beautiful!!! I can`t get over that scene it`s gorgeous!! And the tree is gorgeous too. Love the texture it has. GREAT idea! Hugs!