Friday, July 20, 2012

Deck The Halls With Boughs of Holly card 2

Good Morning Ladies,
It seems much cooler out this morning. Looks like it could rain. That is all good news.
Tomorrow I am off to a stamping adventure at New Carlisle library. It will be good times with good friends.
Yesterday I created another card so that I could play again at Third Coast challenges.
You can see the challenge by clicking on this link.... http://tcrschallenge.blogspot.com/2012/07/tccc1-week-2s-winners-plus-surprise.html
I have grabbed their button and it is at the top of the sidebar here on the blog. You can click and go.
Here is my card....
 I started this card creation with the polar bear image from Third Coast Rubber Stamps. I stamped him three times on bristol board and colorized each layer with Prisma pencil and Gamsol. I sectioned off the body in two places and built these up on the complete image to give this card a 3-D effect. The layers are seperated by pop dot material. I cut a layer of brisol board with a spellbinder die set. On this layer I stamped an ice flow. I colorized it the same as the polar bear. In the upper left hand corner I stamped the word peace. The ploar bear is popped up on this die cut. Another spellbinder layer was added to this panel. My next two lower layers are grey card stock, and deep blue glitter card stock. Snowflakes cut with a spelbinder set surround the polar bear scene. The snowflakes have pearls for centers.
 A view to show the popped up bear.
This is the inside of my card.
Third Coasts polar bear set is wonderful and comes in two sizes. Of course I have them both. Another fun challenge! Thanks Third Coast.
Happy Scraps,
Mrs. Swandog

3 comments:

Anesha said...

Love how you used this stamp, great card. THanks for joining the Third Coast challenge.

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Fabulous entry into our Third Coast Creative Challenge! Love all the dimension on the polar bear! Great job and good luck :0)

Leigh S-B
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melody2542 said...

I just love that stamp. It just looks like a happy polar bear. Pretty snowflakes.