Owl Be Home

It is the third day of the 12 days of Christmas at Paper Craft Planet.  Check out the gallery for this challenge for inspiration.  Since I love owls and I could use one for this day's challenge, I made time to create a card.  I wanted it to be somewhat of a Christmas theme and I thought of the sentiment "Owl be home for Christmas".  I love the stamp sets that play on words.  Since I didn't have a stamp to say what I wanted, I printed it from Word on sorbet paper.



Here is my card from a different view, so you can see the way I used pop dots to make the owl stand out on the tree branch.



Here is my owl close-up.  I embossed him with sand embossing powder I bought at Archivers.  They had a demo one day and I had to have it.  I am glad I finally used it....LOL!  Then I colored the white places on him with cocoa marker.  For his beak I used bamboo marker a couple different times to make it darker.  I finished him with chocolate brads for his eyes.


All materials used are CTMH unless noted:

Paper - Evensong Level 2, sorbet cs, garnet cs, new england ivy cs

Stamps - Whoo Loves You

Marker - cocoa, bamboo

Embellishements - new england ivy brads, chocolate brads, Nature's Ambiance rub-ons, chocolate designer ribbon rounds, dimensional elements bookplates, sand embossing powder (unknown), pop dots (unknown), Martha Stewart checker board punch, EK Success concave punch

Happy Stamping!


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5 comments:

Connie said...

Very cute! Love the saying with the owl and the embossing sand sounds so cool. It is great the way you used it.

Jeanne said...

Kim, this is such a great card! I love all the things you did to create it. Sand embossing powder? Love it! Brads for eyes, inspired!

This card is terrific! Thanks for sharing

Sally said...

How cute! I just love the owl.

Barb W said...

VERY nice card, Kim! I love the sand ep,it makes the little guy look textured! TFS

Jena said...

Cute - love the saying! And how funny is this, as I'm looking at your blog, I'm currently listening to Amy Grant's "I'll Be Home For Christmas" ;-P TFS!