Thursday, April 16, 2015

From our Home to Yours

It's time for another Christmas card for 'Tis the Season, and this time it's a sketch challenge.  It's a great sketch to work with because it's pretty simple and was perfect for a scene I decided to create.  So there is a bit of a story to this so if you don't mind sticking with me keep reading below...


I went to Hobby Lobby last week and bought some canvas paper because I wanted to try a little bit of oil painting...yes, I'm a huge Bob Ross fan and stay up way too late sometimes watching him on PBS.  Since it's on so late I have to admit I've fallen asleep and haven't seen the final painting. lol  So this whole story really is going somewhere. lol  I had taped a second piece of canvas paper down (because I did NOT like what I had painted on the first one.  Let's just say it wasn't even a painting, although I did manage to make some nice pine trees!).  Ok..the second piece of canvas paper...I was going to try to paint again, but my kids came home and we did a bunch of chatting, so I never got around to it again.  So the next night when I went downstairs to stamp again and there sat the blank canvas paper.  I decided to us it for my Christmas card and paint the sky light blue using pool party ink and an aqua painter.  I actually didn't like how it looked at first, but was determined to use it anyway.  Once I started to build my card I was really happy with how it turned out. :)


Make sure you stop by 'Tis the Season HERE to check out all the other great cards using this sketch and to play along too.  I'm SO glad I'm a part of this challenge team. :)


Just another pic for you....


Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Sara

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