Thursday, November 26, 2009

Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge--Combined Images and Christmas Theme

This week's Challenge hosted by Caryn is to use at least two Mo's Digital Pencil images and incorporate them into a Christmas Theme.  I used the Christmas Tree and Bella and Bronte Skating.  Maybe more of a winter theme than Christmas but it is what I am going witih :)  What do you think?


The skating pond was hand drawn as were the snow drifts surrounding the Christmas Tree.  All images and background snow were colored with copic markers.  The snowy areas were outlined with an Atyou clear glitter pen and the ornaments on the tree were also colored in with Atyou glitter pens in gold, green and red. If you double click the image you can see the pond was covered with crystal effects for that icy glaze look.
The sky was sponged on with Tim Holtz Distress ink Weathered Wood.
I am in Kansas City today enjoying  Thanksgiving Day with my family.  Hope you are all enjoying your day as well.
Be sure that you check out the other DT members on the Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge Blog and we would love to have you play along. 
If you don't know how to merge images into one project Dawn has a tutorial on her blog or you can always print out the images, cut them out and merge them that way.  We just want you to have fun with Mo's images and play along with us.

6 comments:

craftieodamae said...

this is fantastic! I love your Christmas Theme. And the snow looks great!!

Lynn Stevens said...

I see the QOC hasent lost her crown, beautifully done! and look at you designing your own backgrounds! I'm impressed!

Elaine L. said...

This is a great Challenge card, Cathy! That Bella image is such fun.

Sandy Hulsart said...

Cathy, I love your skating pond scene. Great job on the pond and snowbanks and of course Mo's images. Lovely card!

The Wired Angel said...

Cathy, this is stunning and you did a fantastic job on the challenge. Thanks for all you do!

Digi Free said...

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