We create altered game art from dominoes to jigsaw pieces and beyond...If it's a Game we Alter it! Come & play in our monthly challenges and fun events throughout the year!

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Day 12: Finale Double-sided Creepmas Playing Card Tree Ornament by Leigh S-B & Voting Begins!

Welcome to Day 12 and the finale of  
DominoART's 12 Days of Xmas Festival
sponsored by

Thank you to all my Merry Players for making DominoART's mini countdown to Santa's arrival such a fun and festive 12 days and to Delicious Doodles for sponsoring our prizes!  Today at noon PST the inklinkz collection below my finale project will open for your votes and will remain open until Dec 20 to give you plenty of time to pick your favourite 3 Xmas creations!  Everyone has 5 votes each.  Then on Dec 22 I will announce our 3 winners who will receive digi stamps from Delicious Doodles!

1st place - 3 digis
2nd place - 2 digis
3rd place - 1 digi

To close our festivities for the year here's my finale project featuring a stunning new image by Delicious Doodles called Holly Sugar Skull


Supplies
2 x tall & narrow novelty playing cards - I used the 2 of Diamonds and 5 of Clubs for "Dec 25th"
Cuttlebug Christmas Embossing Folder
Metallic Rub-On Creme
Copic Markers
Tea Dye and Black Soot Distress Ink
Stickles Diamond Glitter Glue
DecoColor Liquid Gold paint pen
empty Painter's Tape cardboard roll from my stash
Red Ribbon
Gold cord
Paper Holly and Holly berries from my stash
White paper
Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive
Double sided sticky tape
Permanent Glue Dots
Sandpaper


 I printed the image twice on white paper, coloured with Copics and cut out both just about 1/4" larger than the empty Painter's Tape inner cardboard roll.  I poked a hole through the top edge with an awl and threaded the gold cord through so the ornament can hang.  I adhered the images onto both sides of the roll and cut the overhanging edges into little notches and adhered the flaps to the roll with double-sided tape.  I applied the Distress Inks to the image and edged the roll with a metallic gold paint pen.  Then ran the two playing cards through my Cuttlebug and embossed snowflakes and a Christmas sentiment onto them, lightly sanded the embossed designs and applied metallic rub-on creme.  Both playing cards were then adhered to the roll with double-sided tape.  I made two bows with red ribbon and embellished the top with the bows, paper holly and metal berries from my stash (all adhered with glue dots).  I finished off by adding Diamond glitter glue to all the berries and blue flowers on both sides of the ornament.


Here's the inlinkz collection of all 12 projects.  You can start voting from noon PST today and will remain open until Dec 20!  Don't forget to return Dec 22 to see who the winners are ;0)


Happy Holidays and Domino Hugs!
THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN

4 comments:

  1. A very clever idea I would never have come up with!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Wonderful Leigh, great image but I would rather see Santa face LOL!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Oh that is awesome! Wonderful job!

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for stopping by DominoART and leaving your kind comments! I truly appreciate hearing from you and don't hesitate to ask if you've got any questions too ;0)
Domino Hugs!
Leigh S~B
THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...