Monday, September 29, 2014

Frosted Gingerbread

It’s day three of the October sneak peeks from Power Poppy!  This is a yummy one!
Introducing…
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This was so much fun to color! 
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I chose the candy strip knowing it would make a pretty border.  I colored it up with Copic markers and sponged around the edges with Wheat ink from a VersaMagic Dew Drop.  I added clear micro beads to the gum drops to make them look sugar coated.  You can see it in the close up below.
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The patterned paper is from the Jillibean Soup Christmas Eve Chowder pad.   I trimmed one edge of the brown printed paper with a scalloped edge border punch.   I stamped the sentiment and sponged the edges of that panel to match the main image.
See all of the yumminess from the Bloom Brigade ladies below.
Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Danielle Kennedy
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Marcella Hawley
Tosha Leyendekker
One more to go!  Come back tomorrow!!

10 comments:

KimCreate said...

ooohhh, like the cute little cookie images! Very pretty card!

Mary Gillmarten said...

oooooo... I love the cute little cookie images too! I love your vertical strip on the card too! It makes a beautiful card and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have thought of it so thanks!

Leslie Miller said...

Warm and wonderful again, Danielle! You just have a way. So cool that you added microbeads to the gumdrops. I love this border stamp. Very cute!

Elise S. said...

This is gorgeous! I like that you used the candy strip, and to add those microbe ads as a coating and dimension, that was clever! Thanks for the inspiration! Can't wait to see what you come up with tomorrow!

ChristineCreations said...

Oh so cute! I am looking forward to using this part of the set too...so cute and whimsical feeling Danielle!

Karen W said...

Wow this is really cute, love how you made the border with these darling stamps!

Dawn B. said...

Oh my my...I am in love with the colors you chose. This is a perfect way to use this stamp. Great job.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

hee hee isn't this set fun! Your sparkle is perfect and another great CAS design.

Allison Cope said...

Pure cuteness! I love that you used the candy stamp as your focal point... and it's coloured so beautifully! A darling card for someone sweet!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Danielle, your colors of these darling little Christmas goodies, and I love your paper! Beautiful card with an old-fashioning feel! Hugs!