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!
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.
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