Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Two-wit twooo Meets Frosted

This month's digi from Digistamps4Joy, Two-wit twooo, is another image that I could use over and over. I think this image is just too cute!

I used the following materials to create the card: Two-wit twooo from Digistamps4Joy printed on Georgia Pacific white cardstock. The image was colored using ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Markers from Close To My Heart. This is my third image colored with alcohol markers. I hope I am improving. I fussy cut the image using a craft knife and glass mat.

The pre-cut and scored card base is 5.5" high and 4" wide. I covered the card with a deep blue cardstock from my stash. I tried something new and used Ranger Perfect Pearls and the retired CTMH My Acrylix® Frosted Cardmaking Workshop stamp set (D1562) to create the background. The sentiment was stamped on a scrap piece of white cardstock using the same stamp set and Outdoor Denim Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad (Z2140). I am considering adding some glitter to the "fur" and "pom poms" on the caps.

I am linking my card to the Digistamps4Joy September 2014 Monthly Christmas Challenge and Decosse's Dynamite Doodles 12 Months of Christmas Card Link Up.

I hope you enjoy my card. Thanks for visiting my blog today.


  1. Brenda, this is so cute!! Your coloring is great!

  2. This is so cute. I liked the first Owl card but I really like the vibrant color on this one. Great job with the alcohol markers. I don't think I would put glitter or sparkles on the fur. For some reason I like the crisp white of the card showing. It helps connect the image to the bit of card-base framing the deep blue. Like you, I think this little pair of Owls could be used again and again!

  3. Another beautiful creation with a very striking design. Thank you for taking the time to use this month’s free Christmas image. You have automatically qualified to receive next month’s Christmas image for free, which will be emailed to you at the beginning of October.
    {Digistamps4Joy Christmas Challenge Co-ordinator}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}


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