I have a Christmas card I did using PINKS!!! I've been wanting to make a Christmas card in pinks for quite a while. I bought these papers a couple of years ago to do it, but I'm just getting around to it now. I found this adorable Elisabeth Bell image from her digital collection that I thought would be perfect!
Here's a closeup inside.
Here's another view.
This is only my second time using a digi image and I think I may have made it a little big, but that's ok. For that reason, I turned it into an easel card...my first time doing this (I think).
I'm submitting this to the "Christmas in July" Challenge on Elisabeth Bell's World Challenge Blog. Also to the "Anything Goes" Challenge on Bells and Whistles challenge blog.
For stamps, I used "Letters to Santa" from Elisabeth Bell's Digital Collection, and "A Merry Little Christmas Set" from JustRite Stamps. Papers are Eskimo Kisses (Basic Grey), Solar white (Neenah), pink pirouette, old olive, pear pizzazz (SU).
I colored this with my Prismacolor pencils, but didn't use mineral spirits due the the printer ink running with it. I had to do this with just pencils...wow, lot different process, but it didn't come out too bad.
Lots of other little things on this that I'll list in my Split Coast Stampers Gallery if you need them.
Thanks for looking! Hope you have a great weekend!