Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Snow Fun By Moonlight

Hi Everyone,

Today I want to share with you
some new stamp sets by " Ian Hollow".
Ian has made the wonderful little creatures in Mulberry Woods.
These are brand new stamps,
and they will be out very soon.

This is the one I picked for my card today.

 I started out with the blue and white
card stock for the card base.
Then cut a piece of black card stock
and sprayed it with
I love this spray because after you spray,
 and let it dry, the glitter stays put!
I put this on the blue paper with foam dots.

Now for the snow fun.
I stamped out 3 sets of the images and
used one for the base. Cut that down the
tree line, and saved the top.
Sprayed that with the silver spray also, so the card looks like it is snowing, and the ground is
covered in glistening snow.  I colored all the little pieces
and cut them out to make a layered effect.
On the base I colored the entire image.
Then placed the pieces I wanted
to layer with foam dots.
The snowman, hat, scarf, trees, and the moon.  I tried to make moon beams,
but I think it looks more like a flying saucer, LOL.
I placed the Snow Fun in the corner
with a little bow.
On the inside I punched out two edges
in black card stock and glued them down.

To see all the wonderful stamps,
and check them out.

I hope you enjoyed the card today.

Thank you for stopping by.
And have a scrappy day. :)


Anonymous said...

Oh Goodness.....HOW ADORABLE is this piece!!! I LOVE it!!!! Great job.....the snowman is precious!!!

christi said...

cute card kathy. i love seeing the snow, lived in upstate ny for my youth so kinda tired of living in it but love seeing it. great chat the other night! i'm sure i'll be calling again. getting closer to having my own blog. :)

wicanmoongodes79 said...

that is adorable i love it =]

Cheryl said...

This is just gorgeous - I LOVE that dark background and all of your layers!!

Trena in Naperville said...

Kathy, I dig the drama of the dark sky!! Great coloring scheme for this little scene! Love the background paper and contrast!

Take care and STAY POSITIVE!