Sometimes it is difficult to find just the right background for a project. I wanted to use the girl from the progressive freebie image from Dragons Lair and put her in front of a tree. Of course I did not decide this until after I had printed her out and coloured her in which made finding a suitable tree somewhat tricky. Then I remembered that I took some photographs of Stourhead (a local National Trust property) decorated for Christmas last year. Problem solved!
Dragons Lair Free Digital Image
designer card from Trimcraft Silent Night pad
A5 white card blank
Print out the image to the required size and colour in with the Copic pens. Fussy cut the image (I cut the fairy off mine because I did not want to use it this time.)
Print out the background photo to the required size and trim.
Cover the front of an A5 card blank with the designer card then attach the photo.
Glue the girl to the card with 3d glue or foam pads.
Finally tie a knot in the middle of a length of tulle and glue to the left side of the card.
I also made a couple of ATC’s while I was at it. I usually print out a smaller size of the image I am using to try out colours on. Most of the time these smaller images now turn out not too bad and make good ATC’s.
Thank you for dropping in. Take care.
I would like to enter my card into the following challenges:
Dragons Lair Designs Facebook Challenge
Christmas Card Challenge #51
Lil Patch of Crafty Friends #22
Always Playing With Paper #52
Crafting From The Heart #87
Craft Your Passion #289
The Cutie Pie Challenge #93 – Cute and Christmassy
Make My Monday – Oh Christmas Tree!
A Snowflakes Promise #10