Hi All! I’m back today with my third Clarence Christmas card. If you don’t know, Clarence is drawn by the fabulous Dustin Pike just for The Rabbit Hole. Today Clarence is out hanging his Christmas wreath while dressed as a cute elf. Clarence is also the star of todays VIDEO that I have over on The Rabbit Holes YouTube page! Now, on with the show and tell…
My pattern paper is some old retired stuff, but the snowflake pattern worked!
Shopping my stash I found this fun window die and woodgrain paper.
Wreath: G28, G24, YG25, R47, R27, R14
Fur: W5, W4, W3, W2, W1, W0
Inside Ear: V95, V93, V91
Hat/Jacket: R47, R27, R14
Pants: YG97, YG95, YG93
Shoes: E57, E35, E33
Teeth: C1. C0
Card Base of Accent Opaque White 120lb
Linen White paper cut with rectangle die, adhered with tape runner
Window frame cut from wood grain paper, backed with snowflake paper, adhered with fun foam and 1/4 inch double side adhesive
Image stamped on Hammermill, colored with Various Copic Markers, cut with Scan N Cut, adhered with foam squares
Sentiment stamped on red hot paper with Versamark and heat embossed with white powder, cut with word banner, adhered with foam squares
White Honey Bee gems added for bling
Envelope embellished with matching paper and 6 inch double side adhesive
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Hi all! It’s time for my friend Nancy of Row House Greetings and my monthly challenge. We hope you guys are enjoying our venture! This month Nancy chose the image. We used another great digital, this one from LOTV or Lili Of The Valley and it is called Sledging. It is a cute image of FIVE kids on a sled. Whew, this one took a lot of thought and a lot of markers. In fact it took me over 50 different markers. Now, on with the Show and Tell…
Here is Nancy’s I love the way she used blue as a focal color. To find out all about her card click HERE to go to her blog!
I used blues also, but darker ones except for the gifts.
While Nancy used bright primary colors, I went with warm fuzzy colors.
I chose to not add any sentiment, allowing the image to be the message.