Naughty or Nice?

I have been working on these two cards for a week; hence my frustration with needing to find Liquid Applique. Wow, spent too many hours doing that; thankfully Barbra B. from my online stamping group convinced me to use the puff paint I had...AND I didn't have to let it dry before I could make it puff. YEAH - what fun. Next time I'll add some sparkles to it...it'll make great snow!

I made these cards for Julee's Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge - I really love her challenges!

The "Holiday Girl" is by Inky Antics; isn't she cute? And yes, she's looking a bit naughty AND a bit nice, don't you think? I colored her using Copics and then added the puff paint for the fur around her dress and hat. Her boots were colored using a black glitter pen. She's stamped on SU Very Vanilla and then layered onto Old Olive and Real Red. I distressed all the edges because she's a bit 'rough around the edges'. LOL Don't panic mom, I'm kidding!

The Naughty or Nice stamp comes from My Favorite Thing's Tis the Season set. The inside says, "Don't worry. I hear Santa grades on a curve!". How cute is that? The polka dot paper is Dashing by SU layered on Old Olive; the base card is also Old Olive. The scallops are made with SU's slit punch and doodled with a white gel pen.

These cards were fun to make and I just love how the puff paint turned out. So...which are you? Naughty or Nice? Santa knows; I'm telling you!

I'm glad you stopped by; hope you're having a great weekend. Hugs, ~M.


Anonymous said...

Wow, I love it! It really turned out great! You are so good at this; it is truly a talent. Love ya, BFF

Bev said...

Wow, fantastic card - love the image
hugs Bev x

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Oh, these are fabulous. Love that image. Thanks for playing! :)

a chick named Toni... said...

These are super cute cards M! I love them they are so sassy!

mE said...

OhMYGOSH! I LOVE this card!! LOL! What a fun and spunky card!!! Thank you for sharing :)

Inky Smiles,


stampingmommy said...

These are tooooo cute!!! Well SaSSY is a great word for them! I love the puff paint - that was a great idea!
Heather (SBS)

Audrey Huffman said...

WOW what great art you have created. Love your blog. Thanks for letting me take a peek. Love Audrey