Anyways, I would like to thank Lady Anne and Laurian for creating and allowing us the opportunity to participate in the progressive Christmas challenge. I would also like to thank the team for the amazing creative inspiration that they have provided us throughout this past year. I wish everyone involved with this challenge, much success in your future endeavours and hope to see you out and about in the blogiverse.
So here it is, my final LAPCC creation...
- I created a strictly digital creation for now. However I do have plans to turn it into a physical card.
- Snowman: This cute snowman image is of course from this month's sponsor, Oak Pond Creations.
- The image was coloured digitally in PSE5. Parts of the image were altered using layer styles from Shelby Kate Schmitz of graphicssoft.about.com.
- The background scene is from George Hodan, a photographer with PublicDomainPictures.net.
- The frame is a shape also from Shelby Kate Schmitz. It has been altered using one of her layer styles as well.
- The digital snowflakes are from the Brisk kit designed by Jeanine Baechtold a designer with ComputerScrapbook.com, available as a freebie.
Challenges I am entering:
- Lady Anne's Challenges -- Progressive Christmas Card Challenge #11
- http://digitallysweetchallenges.blogspot.ca/ -- Frosty the Snowman
- http://toptiptuesday.blogspot.ca/ -- Snowflakes
- http://lexiscreations.blogspot.ca/ (2E)-- Snow
- http://allsortschallenge.blogspot.ca/ -- Snowflakes
- http://pattiescreationschallenge.blogspot.ca/ -- Snowy Scene Within Image
- http://thegloryofchristmaschallenge.blogspot.de/ -- Snow
- http://www.lunagirlmoonbeams.com/ -- Blue Christmas
So there you go, no more progressive Christmas challenges--at least until I can find another or create my own. Okay, moving on to another possible creation and post. Now sure if I'll achieve my goal though, given the time. Wish me luck!