Thursday, 30 June 2011

Crafty Sentiments 'Christmas In June' Challenge & New Release Previews Day Five

Good morning all. It's day five and the last day of Crafty Sentiments Christmas In July Previews but don't fret we have a blog hop for you tomorrow.
Plus as today is challenge day we are challenging you to 'Christmas In June', make any project with a Christmas theme.

Today we are showcasing 'Taking A Nap', this is another of the adorable image's you could win (see day one's post for details).

As soon as I saw this image I thought of a window scene. To create it I used a 6" square panel for the back of the card and added clear acetate to create the front. I then stuck the stripy paper (my wallpaper) to the back panel and placed the image onto this. I cut a window frame, two Christmas tree's and the branch all from Bazzill cardstock (my outside) and added those to the front of the acetate but unfortunately this isn't obvious from my photo because I couldn't get a picture to show up the acetate without it having the flash light right across it. I will try another photo in the morning to see if I can get a better view.


Supplies:-
All Cardstock - Bazzill
Designer Papers - Papermania 'A Wonderful Christmas Time'
Image - Crafty Sentiments 'Taking A Nap' Avail July 1st
Medium - Promarkers
Acetate - Local Craft Shop
Snow - Flower Soft 'Diamond White'
Cricut - Winter Woodland - tree's 3", branch 2"

Ok so now it is over to you lets see your Christmas projects, it is never too early to start!!

Here are the other blogs showcasing for you today so don't for those comments:-

6 comments:

Rebekah said...

Love this sweet scene you have created Kim hugs Rebekah xx

Debs M said...

what a great idea to create a window scene, looks great! x

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Oh this is just gorgeous! Love it hun
hugs shell xx

Karen Tallon said...

I love this stamp, the window scene frames it well and sets it off perfectly, well done on such a fantastic card, as always. xx

Marie-Anne said...

What a lovely card!

Marie-Anne

Jac said...

Love the window effect - great idea. xx