Saturday, December 29, 2012

Frosted Wonderland blog Hop


  • This month's challenge in I Double Dog Dare You to create is a Frosted Wonderland In the meadow, you can build a snowman, but the only question is will it be a one-dimension, two-dimension, or letting you creativity explode to do 3-d Wonderland... stay warm but we want it frosty . . . do you dare ????

    We have a super sponsor this month - The Stamping Chef, http://thestampingchef.oo.gd/index.php?route=common/home, who has graciously offered 3 digis of the lucky winners choice.

    We have a wonderfully talented group of ladies that have arisen to the challenge for you this month!!!

    1. Lynne Kirsch ~ http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/
    2. Miriam Meserve ~ http://miriamscreations.blogspot.com/
    3. Maria Matter ~ http://joyfulstamper.blogspot.com/
    4.  Lisa Peters ~ http://handmadewithlove-lisa.blogspot.com/
    5. Anita Cannon ~ http://anitaandbugs.blogspot.com
    6. Janet Smith ~ http://ladyluvbug.blogspot.com
    7. Lisa Woodward~ http://mycraftyspaces.blogspot.com
    8. Crafting Vicky ~ http://crafting-vicky.blogspot.ca/
    9. Edwina Brown ~ http://edwinascreations.blogspot.com/  you are here

    My project for you is


    I made a picture to put in a frame. It is 8 1/2" x 11". It will need a triple mat or a shadow box. I will get a frame this coming week.I printed off 3 of the snow scenes. I colored the trees on the first image. The buildings, trees, and people on the second image. On the 3rd image I colored the people, trees, and most of the buildings. It was not necessary to color every bit of the buildings as it would not show. I also did all the snow on the 3rd image. When the snow was dry I cut off the sky then using my ATG runner I glues a piece of cloud paper to the image. I cut out the images colored on the first 2 scenes. I then pop doted each layer to give a 3-D effect.

    The image is by Digi Darla. You can find it here http://www.digidarladesigns.com/

    The cloud paper is by Philadelphia group. The white paper is by Georgia Pacific.

    Copics used are E00-skin, blues- BG10, Bg13, BG15, B000, B01,B02, B05, B97, greens- G03, G07, G28, G94, YG61, browns- E41, E43, E44, E47, E49, E33, E31, E37, E57, E59, red- R29, yellows- Y02, Y21, YR21, YR23, pinks- R81, R83, R85, RV02, RV04, RV09, purples- BV00, BV04, BV08, grays/blacks- W1, W3, W5, W7, W10, C1, C3, C5, C7, C10, trees- BG72, BG75, oranges- YR00, YR02, YR07. Gelly Roll pens used are Stardust clear- on snow for road and roofs of buildings, Silver Metallic -blades of skates and sled, Gold Metallic- on cross of church, brown- rope to sled.

    Glitter glue was used on the snow, on the ground and trees.

    Thanks for stopping by on this wintery day and glad you could sit a spell. We hope you enjoyed our challenge and perhaps, you too would love to be "double dog dared". Just leave a comment on Her Craftiness (http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/)

    Next month, the challenge gauntlet has been thrown with the challenge, My Life is a Song on January 26, 2012. Hope to see you come on back!!!

7 comments:

  1. Absolutely lovely. What a lot of work, but worth it for that beautiful piece!

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  2. ohhhhh wow this is sooo gorgeous! It will be beautiful in a frame. Can't believe how you have brought this image to life. Love the 3d.

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  3. Edwina, I'm blown away with your project!!!! This is absolutely beautiful, stunning, gorgeous, spectacular!!!! You are truly amazing my dear friend and it is always truly a pleasure hopping with you! I'm glad that the love of paper crafting has brought us together!
    Much love, hugs, and friendship
    Lynne

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  4. just beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. Absolutely gorgeouse project I love all the detail You certainly hit this challenge out of the park Edwina!!
    Big Blog Hugs,Janet

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  6. oh this is gorgeous Edwina!! such a lovely winter scene!
    great to be hopping with you again!
    hugs

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  7. Edwina, I love this - wow, you have really made it into a gorgeous village scene!!

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