Sunday, December 20, 2020

Winter Scene

 Glitter can be very messy, but it also adds a sparkle to your card. When you use a chunky glitter you do not have to use as much. So, hopefully, your cleanup is easier. I do like my chunky blue glitter as my snow. What do you think?

   Peaceful Pines
   Perpetual Birthday Calendar

   Baja Breeze A-2
   Vellum 2-1/4 x 4-1/4 (Tear at Top Edge)
   Whisper White 2-1/3 x 3 (3), 5-1/4 x 4 

   Whisper White Craft
   Garden Green

   Die Cutting

   Perfect Pine Framelits Dies
   Thick Blue Glitter
   Vellum Tape
   2-Way Glue Pen

First, I stamped my Christmas trees and die cut them using the Perfect Pine Framelits Dies.

I then added snowflakes to my card front using Whisper White craft ink. The snowflake stamp is from the Perpetual Birthday Calendar stamp set. You can use any snowflake stamps you have on hand.

I then cut a couple of vellum strips. I tore the top edges pulling the paper toward me. I did place one piece on top of the other to make sure the slopes were not exactly the same.

Next, I added the thick blue glitter. I applied a line of glue with my 2-way glue pen, sprinkled some glitter, and let it sit for a bit. I found that if I work over a scratch piece of paper, I can then throw away that sheet and keep my mess to a minimum. 

I then adhered the vellum strips using my vellum tape. Use any adhesive that works for you.

Note that the two top slopes are torn. The lowest slope is just a line of glue with glitter.

I then added the trees using dimensionals. I adhered the Whisper White panel to the inside of the card.

I did not add a sentiment, so I can use it as an All-Occasion Winter card: Christmas, Thank You, Hello, Thinking of You...

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  1. Very pretty! Love the banks of snow and those lovely trees!

  2. What a wonderful wintery snowy scene. Love the blue and white colors.

  3. Nice snow scene! I don't use glitter that often, and I should!