Saturday, December 10, 2011

Santa's Workshop Snowglobe

The Squirrel & The Fox Challenge 7 DT Card

Ho!Ho!Ho!
I've not done a lick of shopping yet because I've had a sicky kiddo at home this week.
Yes, this is my excuse and I'm stickin' to it; regardless of any arguments that might be cast regarding several other weeks in the year to shop....it's the principle of the matter and I shall not admit in any tangible form that I have procrastinated in the least. 
EEEEEK!
Ha!

However, I have made this card and that HAS to count for something, right?

It's challenge time at
and this challenge is...
CHRISTMAS!
Our wonderful Sponsor is
the very talented Zoe at

I was lucky enough to be given this image to use called
Thank you, Zoe!!


I always loved the idea of having a magic Snowglobe that could let a child look to the North Pole and see the progress of the elves working away and in hopes that Santa himself might pop into the room.
So, I had to go with the idea.


I followed the tutorial from Splitcoast Stampers here for the card.

Santa was a free coloring page image on the internet.
Both the workshop and Santa are colored in Copics.




That's it for my  Snowglobe, but we'd LOVE you to come by and 
play in our 7th challenge for Christmas at
and see the crazy FUN cards that the other talented DTs have made for the occasion.


11 comments:

Tracey said...

This is just spectacular Lisa. I looked at this tutorial too and decided it was a bit beyond my capabilities - but you have done a stellar job.
Tracey
x

Mitralee said...

Man! Those snowflakes are yummy with the little gem! And what an amazing concept! I so love this card!

Sue said...

Hello Quirks
Procrastination indeed, get the wine out have a slug and get a move on! You may have to shake a leg Q, Snow Globe cards that can also pass for Xmas puddings, no matter how brilliant and stunning they are may have to take the back seat from here on in, and you have to heal your sick Kiddo as you put it and put those skates on, I mean you have made all these incredible cartons and they have to be filled!!!! What are you thinking?
St Nick is calling soooon........
Smiles:) Onion

Chrissy said...

Gorgeous project Lisa, love your snow globe,fabulous, lovely traditional colours, great Santa...Fabulous.

Luv CHRISSYxx

Dora said...

O wow this is stunning, what a fun snow globe, love it xx

Lisa S. said...

WOW! Talk about resourceful, this card is full of "resourcefulness."
(That's a mouth full) I love snowglobes, Santa and the North Pole so this one is a huge hit for me and I'm going to check out that tutorial as the dd loves snowglobes too. Your coloring is spectacular and you really hit a home run with this card!!! I love everything about it. :-)
Thanks for makin' my day and don't worry about the shopping as it all seems to get done somehow. ;) Hope the kiddo is feeling much better and that all of you stay well.
Hugs,
Lisa S. (t.o.l.)

Lisa Jane said...

oh wow this is fabulous - love that workshop image and beautifully coloured
Lisa x

Lorraine said...

Wow, what an awesome creation! I love it! Such a cool design, coloring and love the embellishments!

Stampin D Amour said...

Lisa - this card is spectacular! I've never seen anything like it!

-pamela :)
www.FreeVintageDigiStamps.com

Sandy said...

Not only are you funny - you are talented too! This is a really neat card and you have done a remarkable job making it. Snow globes have such a touch of mystery about them. I love them. Hope you child is better and soon!
Merry Christmas!
Sandy

Margaret said...

Can you be any more amazing?! I'm looking at the coloring on this in complete awe of your talents!!!!! This is such an awesome card! As for the shopping...I'm sure you will be like the rest of us, frantically wrapping at the last minute, but still finishing on time! Hope your kiddo is feeling better!