Saturday, September 4, 2010

SNTODBD17



Today's card was created for the Stamping In Design Challenge at Our Daily Bread Designs. I have to say this card was one of the most labor intensive I have done. I started on it last night. I had to run out to teach a Copic class and got home fairly late. This morning after attempting to sleep in... thoughts kept running through my head and I had to get up and act on them.

When I took it downstairs to show dear hubby, as I sometimes do, he went on and on about the card. But good hubbys do that right? But after I walked back upstairs and started to look closely at the card I GOT what he was talking about. And honestly it is truly a GOD thing! I had nothing to do with it. Take a close look at the lion. Do you notice that special glow around his head? Jesus is often referred to as a Lion in the Bible. In the books by C.S. Lewis about Narnia, the main character (Aslan) is a Lion. For those of you not familiar with these books, the adventures of Aslan are a fictional account of Jesus and his defeat of Satan. Well I did not intend to do that... the coloring just happened that way... So to God be the Glory! Blessings to you on this wonderful day!

Lori



I did have to use a mask of the lion image in order to create the sun image. Otherwise the remaining coloring was done with the resist technique. This is the first time in a while I have not used my trusty Copics. Hopefully it will not be the last.

Card Recipe

Finished size

5 X 7

Card Stock - Bazzill
Card Stock - Image - Georgia Pacific
Designer Paper - Kaisercraft - Neat (double sided, using both)
Image and Sentiment - Our Daily Bread Designs - Peace on Earth
Inks - Image and Sentiment - Versamark
Embossing Powder - Ranger Super Fine Detail Embossing Powder - Black
Inks - Sun (in order of application) Memento - Dandelion, Tangelo, Potter's Clay, Rich Cocoa
Inks - Sky (in order of application) Memento - Summer Sky, Desert Sand, Angel Pink
Inks - Ground (in order of application) Memento - Desert Sand
Inks - Grass - Memento Bamboo Leaves
Inks - Image - Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Tea Dye (Lion), Stampin Up - Going Gray (Lamb)
Applicators (sponge daubers on everything except the Lamb when I used a Tombow blending brush to apply light coats of gray ink to accent Lamb)

Punch - Martha Stewart
Ribbon - Unknown - 1 inch Satin
Pearls - Black - Kaisercraft Basics
Adhesive - Herma Dotto, Scotch Branch Foam Tape

3 comments:

Betty Wright said...

Lori, this is so gorgeous! I really think this is one of the more beautiful cards I have seen with this image! The emboss resist is perfection and the touches of coloring are just right! Lovely card! Thanks so much for playing Stamping In Time!

Wife2TJ said...

This is beautiful!!! :-)

Beth Norman said...

truly a piece of art. Congrats on being spot lighted at ODBD.