Click Link Below for Tutorial:
Youtube Tutorial for Winter Woods card
Good Morning Ladies,
I took one stamp, one ink and Whisper White paper to create this card.
It literally took about 10mins to make this card, I think it looks quite effective too.
I have done a YouTube Tutorial for this card just click the link below Card Picture, I hope its easy enough to follow.
I took a piece of Whisper White card and then die cut a circle to use as a moon mask, I held that in place and blended the Night of Navy ink across the card, quite heavy at the top, continuing down to about half way and then blending out to the bottom of the card. I then Spritzed the card with a fine mist of water, I blotted it off and quickly dried it. I then took the large Christmas tree stamp and stamped it repeatedly over the bottom half of the card, no need to mask either.
Lastly I tapped a Waterbrush loaded with Whisper White ink over the card which gave the snow effect and stamped the sentiment inside the moon. You can also use a White Posca pen for the snow, it actually gives a 'whiter' snow.
I did two versions, one with and one without the white mat, it looks so much brighter with that white mat, it seems to pick up the white in the card.
The Card measurements are as follows:
Base Card 4 1/8 X 5 1/2 Inch Night of Navy
White Mat 3 7/8 X 5 1/4 Inch Whisper white
Top layer 3 6/8 X 5 1/8 Inch
You can actually make this card any size that you choose.
What do you think?
I used this stamp set only (no dies).
Links to Stampin up! Website are in 'Contacts' at top of page.
I felt a lot better by yesterday afternoon thankfully, so managed to get into the craft room to have a play thats how this card happened. I got very messy I have to tell you, very blue fingers for the rest of the day. I am going to film how I made this card this morning, as its so much easier to show than it is to explain.
I think that we are going to plan our mini-break to London this weekend, I think we will stay at the President Hotel again as it really was lovely and our toom was lovely, walking distance to the centre of London too. We can't decide on what Show to go and see this time, we are toying with the idea of seeing one of the Classics. I think 42nd street is going to be hard to beat as that was a real extravaganza! So if you have any recommendations I would love to hear them, we are going for two nights I think, I would like to do three but don't want to push my luck! Any amount of time with Paul to myself is bliss.xx
I hope you are all having a lovely weekend,
Love and hugs to all of you,