Monday, January 9, 2012

More Warm Ladies from Dezinaworld

We are beginning the second week of "Let it Snow"  The DT has made a few more inspirational pieces.  Now we want to see what you create using snow as the theme. All of the women dressed to keep warm are lovely digitals from Dezinaworld.  The challenge will close at midnight on January 15 so you have plenty of time to enter. 
 I decided to make a collage tag.  I  had started the background of this tag about a month ago and was hestitate to finish it as i didn't know what else I wanged to do.  This girl with her sled was the perfect answer.  A couple of punched snowflakes was the final touch.
I love this "Winter Warmers" set from Dezinaworld and could not resist making another piece with it! For my ATC I also used a Dezinaworld background called "Fur." I used some Tim Holtz tissue tape, a lacy border and a little blue snowflake from a border set by K & Company. Please join the fun!

Another delightful image from this month's sponsor Dezinaworld - I used it to create a little card. The base is A6 white card which I layered with patterend paper from BoBunny. After attaching the image I added a doily, a strip of patterend BoBunny paper and a corner embellishment for the image. Buttons, small satin ribbon, big bold letters covered with Star Dust Stickles and little glitzy snowflakes are the final touches for the card.
I've used another beautiful image from June's "Winter Warmers" collage sheet along with a background which is also from Dezinaworld. I've sponged "worn white" paint over the entire card to look like snow!
I made a tag using the foil/acrylic paint embossing technique Tim Holtz demoed in his recent "12 Tags of Christmas". On top of that is a foiled chipboard frame that I glued Diamond Dust glitter to. I printed this cutie with her sled on cardstock and mounted it to the frame behind a piece of acetate. A foil rosette, fabric brad and vintage tinsel top the tag. Painted and stamped bingo markers spell out "Snow". The bottom of the tag is finished with sparkly lace and more tinsel.
Hi you all. I have made a tag from patterned paper, covered with a piece of blue sparkly gauze. I have kept to snowflakes for the decoration and 2 little TH houses. The whole tag has been framed, to make it look like the view through a window!

This is Jenn - I made a simple little mini card, sprayed my cardstock with Cherry and Bubblegum Glimmer Mists, added some pink pearl stickers and pink ribbon, and kept it simple.  

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful! Love the way you used the three different papers for your background. Thanks for sharing all of these.