Friday, November 20, 2015

Snow Pals

     A little more wintery crafting for today.  For this card I've used Mo's Snow Pals in the rubberstamp form from Stampingbella.  I also used my Prismacolor pencils again.  The snowflake hanger was cut three times and layered for some depth.

     You still have plenty of time to enter into the latest challenge over at Mo's Digital Pencil.  We have an optional theme of Birthday or you can make anything using a Mo image.
     Have a great weekend!

Paper--Lily Bee Designs "Jingle", Bazzill, Recollections
Stamps--Stamping Bella "Snow Pals" from Mo Manning. sentiment from Hero Arts "Holiday Sayings"
Ink--Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol, Versafine Black Onyx
Tools--Quickutz Nesting Circles dies, Memory Box Precious Snowflakes die
Miscellaneous--Stardust Stickles, rhinestone from my stash


  1. Wouldn't that be fun to have a penguin for a pal? Your latest Christmas cards are beautiful H! The layering 3 times fooled me. I thought it was a pre-made ornament...that looks gorgeous!!
    big hugs,
    Happy weekend!!

  2. So bright and merry! Love the image and of course, your superb coloring skills!

  3. Such a sweet and gorgeous image, love the colours you have chosen too.

  4. Soooooooooo cute Trace. I love that snowflake.

  5. You know I love this! Such a cute image, spectacular coloring and gorgeous snowflake. Love this! xo

  6. Isn't this the cutest image? Love your pencil colouring - how do you get the skin tone like that? I love my pencils but colouring skin always gives me trouble! Hugs xx

  7. Oh, Tracy, this is just darling and I love these two pals...hehe! I just love this sweet penguin! And your coloring is fabulous along with a great layout...and I love that snowflake bow! Stunning! Hugs!

  8. Beautiful! Love the image and once again your design and colouring is gorgeous!

  9. Eeek! What a sweet, little penguin all dressed for winter! And I just love that snowflake hanger!


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