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Thursday, 24 November 2016

Wintery scenery

Is there a better time to post these wintery cards than now? Well at least here in Ottawa!

These 2 cards were made using the Mountain Adventure stamp set from the Stampin'Up! Holiday catalogue.

The first card has a strip of 'home made designer paper', which I made by stamping the ski's and the snow board on a piece of Crumb Cake card stock. The image was coloured using ink and blender pens. I also used some Candy Cane Lane Designer Washi Tape to adhere the image on the card front.

The second card is also coloured using ink and blender pens. I have to say, I miss the watercolour pencils (wait wait... they are coming, they are coming!)

The colours in the second card are Soft Sky, Sahara Sand and Real Red. The trees I believe were coloured with Pear Pizzazz.

 The next card was made using the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set

The little eskimo kids were coloured using Soft Sky and Sweet Sugarplum inks and blender pens. The  Fancy Frost Sequins are from the holiday catalogue, and the Sequin Trim and Metallic Thread are from the Annual Catalogue. The background stamp is from You've Got This stamp set. The card base is Tip Top Taupe.

And the last wintery scenes are made using Be Jolly, By Golly stamp set and Swirly Scribbles Thinlits dies.

The darker card is made using Dapper Denim card stock and Night of Navy ink, and the silver embossing was done using VersaMark ink and Silver embossing powder.

The other card is using Soft Sky, Tip Top Taupe and Pear Pizzazz inks. In both cards, the swirls are cut out from Dazzling Diamonds glimmer paper.

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