Thursday, December 16, 2010

Fantasy Challenge--Mo's Digital Pencil

This week our hostess for the Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge is Ms Lisa Cook , who chose the theme Fantasy, Fairies or Princess.  I may have stretched the Fantasy a little, but in keeping with the Season I chose North Pole Employees for my card:

Isn't this  just the cutest little elf ready to present the present?  He was colored with copic markers and mounted on red cs. the ornament dp is Eskimo Kisses Thin Ice and that was mounted on another Eskimo Kisses Alpine.  Love these papers, so much I didnt buy the new Cosmo Crisket Mittens this year. What's up with that LOL.  I'm going to ruin  my image!!!
The embellishments are the Christmas Plaid ribbon from Michaels, the Joy cut with my cricut and colored with my gold Atyou glitter pen and an enamel Christmas tree charm under the ribbon knot and my card is finished.
Be sure you check out the Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge blog and see what the rest of the Design Team has created for this fun challenge.
Mo has created some wonderful new images so be sure to check them out at the store

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.



Summerthyme Studio said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this image! I have this little sprite, but haven't quite got him coloured up yet! Love your layout and your card is yummy!



Flip-Flop Creations said...

Super fabulous Cathy! Elves are definately fantasy!! What a cutie!! Beautiful coloring and shading. ~jeni :)

Betty Benton said...

Adorable card; definitely full of "joy"!

Marlene said...

That card is so adorable!!

Dawn B. said...

This is perfect for the challenge.. You always have to best cards.. Have a wonderful holiday..

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [17 Dec 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Heather said...

oh my totally cute!!!

Linda C said...

Elves, Santa, the North Pole - you consider reality a fantasy? You do believe don't you. Ha Ha.

Love the card and that Joy just about says it all, doesn't it?