Sunday, October 27, 2019

Paper Players Sketch

There is an awesome new sketch from Ann for this week's Paper Player's Challenge and you don't want to miss out on playing along with us! I pulled a fave new Christmas set - Christmas Eve by The Greetery - and went to town creating this sweet scene. My process started with choosing the patterned papers and from there, I decided on ink colors for the different images. I added fine glitter to the trees and just noticed I forgot to add a dot of yellow to the street lamp prior to taking the photo (it's done IRL though - haha!). I also took some liberty to add a few more snowflakes to the right upper corner.

STAMPS:: Christmas Eve (The Greetery).
PAPER: Trim The Tree designer pad and Early Espresso by Stampin' Up; Smooth White by My Favorite Things.
INK: Early Espresso, Soft Suede, Sahara Sand, Wild Wasabi, Garden Green, Certainly Celery, Old Olive, Riding Hood Red, So Saffron - all by SU.
DIES: Christmas Eve, Frosty Corners (The Greetery); Stitched Square STAX Die-Namics (My Favorite Things).

So, how will you interpret this sketch? Hope to see you in the gallery!                                                      ~Wanda


Ann Schach said...

Oh, Wanda! The scene you have created is wonderful. I love the colors you used, and the somewhat retro vibe! This is a card that made me say "WOW" out loud. I LOVE everything about it. Thank you for making my sketch shine this week!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

Love the little festive scene you created Wanda with your rather chic-looking churchgoers. Perfectly paired with the snowflake paper and embellishments too!

laurie said...

Love this! Such a homey scene..warm and cozy!!

Windy Ellard said...

Such a great winter scene you created...the snowflakes just make it look so happy!

LeAnne said...

You're killing me with these new stamps.....such a sweet little scene you've created! I love all the elements, and the background paper is is that sentiment! I would buy this set just for that sentiment!

Claire Broadwater said...

Just WOW! I love this beautiful scene! The church is so pretty and I love the color combo you used! Perfect in every way! XXX

Jaydee said...

I just love this little scene and agree with Laurie, it is such a homey scene. I also love that it feels nostalgic and vintage and yet so modern. Absolutely love it