The Santa, package, reindeer, and present sack were all Copic colored and die cut using the coordinating Ho-Ho-Holiday Elle-ments. The scene was created using a top folded notecard that was ink blended halfway and white splatters were added to make a snowy scene. Below the snowy backdrop, a section of striped cardstock (made by cutting 1/4" strips) was added to "ground" the images. A sentiment was stamped in bold black ink and the images added with foam adhesive.
Monday, October 17, 2022
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
TIP: Do you love to color? I do, but sometimes images can be non-colored with pops of color in other ways. The images I've chosen from the Carolers all have striped hats, scarves, hems and collars. This is a perfect way to add color! I went with rainbow for LOTS of color! To give some shading to the images, they were lined with N1 Copic and blended out with the colorless blender.
All the main images were added with foam adhesive to a mini slim card panel that was ink blended with Stormy Sky and Prize Ribbon Distress Oxide Inks and a splattering of white pigment ink for snow. The snow bank was created using the Slimline Borders Elle-ments and fine glitter added to the edge.
Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Welcome to the Waffle Flower October Release Blog Hop!
I’m excited to be joining the folks from Waffle Flower to show you all the fun new stuff awaiting you on the Waffle Flower website! Be sure to check out each stop in today’s blog hop for fun, inspiration, and chances to win some of these new release goodies!
Next on the hop is Galina Filippenko!
Make sure to visit the Waffleflower blog for a full blog hop list!
The new release is fabulous! I have 3 cards to share using products from Waffleflower.
My first card uses the Winter Crystal Die. I've paired it over a background done in white using the Dashed Rhombus Panel. The Winter Crystal Die is a set of three. My card uses the snowflake image done in navy, the next layer in white, and the background in grey. Shimmer Spray was spritzed over the entire panel and a few Waffleflower Glitter Enamel Dots were added. I love the sentiment from Sentiment Additions 2.
My next card uses the adorable little skating images from Winter Fun and the Winter Lake Die.
It was fun to ink blend and paper piece this scene! These images were Copic colored, die cut, and added across the scene. Areas of blue were ink blended over the panel.
My final card uses the Winter Fun stamp and die set along with the Snowflake Background stencil along a mini slim size card.
The edges of the layers, which give interest, were scored using a Scor-pal. The images were lined up using one of the score lines to "ground" them. Each full stenciled snowflake was embellished with a white pearl. The sentiment is from one of my favorite sets, Sentiment Additions 2.