Sunday, October 16, 2011

Paper Players Challenge 68

A dear friend loaned me a number of Christmas stamps, so I could play around with them and come up with some designs for our monthly card club meetings. This card came together very naturally for the Paper Players challenge 68, which was to make a Christmas card with red and green, and to keep it clean and simple. Thanks to my club member for her helpful suggestion! I used a tecnnique I haven't used in years - watercolor and chalk. I cut a piece of watercolor paper, stamped the image in black, then used my waterbrush and chalk palette to brush on the colors. I finished it off with gold stickles for a little bling. Gotta have bling. Very easy and quick.


Thanks for looking!
-Brenda

5 comments:

Julie Marshall said...

This truly is the perfect CAS design. I love the color that the watercolor and chalk make. The gold Stickles are the perfect addition. Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players!

Cindy Hall said...

Gorgeous! I love that stamp, and the way you used the chalk and watercolor, it's fabulous artistry. Thanks for sharing with us at The Paper Players this week!

Nance Leedy said...

How pretty! Love the effect of the chalk paird with this lovely tree! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

Tara Bilbao said...

This is very lovely. I love the watercolor chalk technique. it has such a colorful yet soft appearance. Great job on the CAS challenge. Thank you for playing with The Paper Players!

Ann Schach said...

What a fabulous card! Chalking was the perfect way to accent the image! You did a great job keeping it clean and simple! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

There was an error in this gadget