18 Nov 2017

Let It Snow


I expect you have started creating your Christmas/Winter cards, how is it going? Has the glitter travelled everywhere! I have made a fairly quick and simple card to share with you today, using two gorgeous Indigoblu stamp sets Winterland Wood and Sparkle and Glisten.



A Stroke of Midnight is the perfect paint to create a night time scene. I masked  the bottom of my picture and painted the rest.I used the trees and gorgeous deers from the Winterland Wood Stamp set and used versamarker to individually stamp them onto the card. I followed with white embossing powder, and then heat embossed each of them.

I painted some grassy snow around the deer's feet, and then removed the masking tape to reveal a clean edge. Any escaping splotches can be covered with a dot of snow in the next step!


Some snow is definitely needed, so I splattered some white paint over the scene. I always think it is easier to add a small amount  of paint to the brush and gently flick the bristles, to create little snow flurries.

 The sparkle and Glisten Stamp set has some lovely Christmassy sentiments which are  perfect for cards. I selected “Let It Snow” and stamped it onto the bottom of the card using the stroke of midnight paint.


A larger snowflake would look nice in the corner so I die cut one, and painted a gem to match the background and then centered it onto the flake.I also added a little Die Cut star to the top of one of the trees.

I finished my card by stamping another sentiment from the Sparkle and Glisten Stamp set inside of the card.

Thank you so much for visiting today, I hope you will give this simple card a try.

I would like to enter Let it Snow into the following Challenges.
Craft Stamper Anything goes with Stamping
Artistic Stamper Use a Quote


3 comments:

  1. Like the simplicity of this one

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  2. I love your little winter scene. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx

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  3. Lovely winter scene, thank you for joining in the challenge on The Artistic Stampers blog.

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