It's Challenge 73 over at the Colour Create blog and the inspiration picture for this challenge is:
which is to use blue, white and grey with an optional extra - vellum. The sponsor for this fortnight is Michelle's Scrapbooking and the winner will receive a voucher to spend in the store:
I decided to add to my Christmas card stash with a cute digi image - Merry Mice from Di's Digi Downloads.
I started with a grey base and added a layer of white, adhering some blue snowflake paper to the bottom half and used some light blue ribbon to cover the join. I coloured my digi image with Copics and added some glitter to the snow and snowflakes. I then sponged around the edges with some light blue pigment ink and matted this layer onto some grey cardstock. I stamped my sentiment from Holiday Button Bits in Smokey Shadow Ink and also matted this onto some grey cardstock, tucking it behind my image. Finally I punched a large snowflake and heat set it with glitter. I then punched a second snowflake from vellum and overlapped this on top, finishing off with a light blue button tied with some blue glitter crochet yarn.
On the inside, I used some more of the designer paper along the bottom and stamped my sentiment in Smokey Shadow ink.
Make sure you check out all the other DT creations over at the Colour Create blog and link your card - you have a fortnight before this week's challenge closes!
Stamps: Merry Mice Digi (Di's Digi Downloads); Holiday Button Bits (PTI)
Cardsstock: Basic Grey, Whisper White (SU) Snowflake DP
Ink: Smokey Shadow (PTI); Versamark; blue pigment ink (Martha Stewart)
Accessories: Snowflake punch (Marvy); copics; Dazzling Diamonds glitter, Heat and Stick powder (SU); vellum; blue ribbon; blue button; blue crochet yarn (Twilleys)