I haven't had an egg, but have to admit, it is not for health reasons. LOL I only eat dark chocolate that is kept in the fridge or freezer. My favorite egg is a dark chocolate marshmallow Easter egg, but I haven't been able to find them for some years! So I am safe.
For this Merry Monday Challenge, Sue has asked us to use decorated letters on our Christmas card !! What fun :-)
I decided to go a little shabby this time. I have always thought myself to be a shabby girl at heart, but the cards I have made in the last year have a much 'cleaner' look....hmmmmm?????
The base card is sage Bazzill, I have inked the edges with white pigment ink. The pink layer is a music DP, and the white is Neenah that has had a little Golden fluid acrylic cream and white paint scrapped over them with a palette knife. The edges are distressed with a Making Memories distressing tool.
I have several foam alphabet sets from Making Memories purchased eight or so years ago. My favorite is the Philadelphia alphabet, it has upper and lower case. On a piece of Neenah I inked five 'bars' of watered die ink. I stamped the letters, firstly in black Versafine, then overstamped with a good layer of white acrylic paint. I love the effect. I cut out each individual letter and mounted them on foam.
The holly leaves and berries are from hand punches, and the sentiment is SSS.
See what the design team have created to inspire you by going to the challenge site (link above) or by clicking on the links below.
Karen Davis (you're here)
This month's featured designer is Jennifer Timko
Thanks for dropping by :)