Wednesday, December 13, 2017

CDD Social Media Mood Board Challenge December 2017 ....

Happy Wednesday everyone!
I am so happy to be stopping by today...
I feel as if I haven't crafted in a while. 
It has been a bit busy for me and I have to be honest 
I feel as though my crafty mojo took a mini vacation, lol. 
I am happy to say that today (thank you GOD) I felt creative
and actually had ideas!!  YAY!!! 

For today I created this treat box as part of my Advent Calendar. 
I love the Winter Village Digital stamp set from Craftin Desert Divas. 
From the moment Tara showed us this set, I knew I would love creating
with it. 


I began by creating a scene onto my favor box die cut file. 
This box is from the online Silhouette store
Favor Box by Lori Whitlock
design ID# 187420.


I cut out my scene and colored it in using Copic markers. 
For my colors, I was inspired by our current
 CDD Monthly Social Media Mood Board Challenge: 

Image may contain: plant and indoor

I hope you will join us, create something and share with us on the CDD Gallery. 
I used my all time go to red combination R46, R27, R17, and R05. 
I added a bit of R89 and E18 to deepen the shadow areas. 
For the green areas, I used G99, G94, YG17, and YG03.
I then added my 'snow' using my Uni-Ball white pen. 


Here is how it looked once I finished coloring. 









I love how easy it was to create. 
I hope you enjoy. 
Than you so much for taking the time to stop by. 
Wishing you a wonderful and Blessed day. 

CDD Products Used: 
stamp set 






3 comments:

  1. OMGOSH... it turned out FANTASTIC Mayra! What a Beautiful Scene on kraft... really pretty my friend! :)

    Theresa

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  2. This is absolutely fabulous!! I know Santa is going to bring me a silhouette, so I can't wait to use it! :D

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  3. What a terrific project, Mayra! The scene is fantastic. I really like how you fit scene onto the box and the colors you chose bring out a lovely rustic feel. Excellent work. As for mojo...you have been creating a ton recently and maybe just needed a bit of a break to recharge your creative batteries. Looks like it was back in full force for this project. :)

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