Hello again! I'm back with my third (and the last one for today) project for round 6 of CDAC's Progressive Freebies Challenge. This card features an image created by Ginger Loft. This scene reminded me very much of rural Louisiana where my ex-husband's family lives so I colored it to look like one of the thousands of country homesteads that litter the highways and byways of that state. It rarely snows there around Christmas so I didn't put snow on the ground, which is very sandy. The area where they lived, close to Lake Charles, is known for its lumber industry and there are huge pine trees everywhere. In fact, that area of East Texas and western Louisiana is known as the Piney Woods. The shack, or shed as they are called in Louisiana, is also a familiar sight so how could I had to call this one "A Louisiana Christmas". My mother-in-law loved to quilt and the dp I used looks very much like some of the old traditional quilt patterns. I also made my greeting resemble quilt blocks with patterned paper that reminds me of quilt fabric and faux stitching around the edges of the "blocks" and letters, which spell NOEL.
Well, here... have a look for yourselves.
So there you have it! I hope you have enjoyed this eclectic collection of Christmas projects. As I said earlier, I'll be back tomorrow with a couple more. This is the last round of this particular progressive challenge at CDAC but I think they have plans of starting another round as soon as this one is finished. So if you like free digi stamps and enjoy coloring with Copics, I encourage you to give it a try.
Aside from the CDAC Progressive Freebie Challenge, I am entering this card in the following challenges:
So until next time, my friends...