Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Snowy landscape

Hi, Janja here!

Today I share with you another card created with CottageCutz Christmas dies. In the forefront of snowy landscape I placed a fox.


For the card we need:
- craft card base: 4.5 x 6" (11,5 x 15 cm), folded
- light blue paper: 4 x 5-3" (10 x 13,5 cm)
- white and colored cardstock
- Distress ink: Rusty Hinge, Evergreen Bough, Iced Spruce, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain
- white pigment ink

On light blue background stamp some spruce trees. From white cardstock cut out four stitched ovals (the 7th die from the center) and winter cabin border.


Shadow edges with Distress ink Walnut Stain, and while still wet gently spread them with white pigment ink.


Cut out birch trees with the birch trees and deer die. With Distress ink Walnut Stain strongly emphasize the right edges.


Also prepare a few white cutouts with the snowy tree die. They are treated the same way as ovals.
Cut out the fox from color cardstocks.


"Brr, it's cold outside today", said the fox and put on a scarf  :).


On the right bottom corner stamp warm wishes and start assembling the card. Use a glue and self-adhesive foam pads.


Completed card.


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5 comments:

Lois said...

I love the contrast between the bright orange of the fox and the white background. He really pops!

Donna Idlet said...

Beautiful card!!

Tam said...

Love this! what a great card!

Anita Kejriwal said...

So beautifully done.

Mary Marsh said...

This is a beautiful snowy scene and I really like the added fox image- he draws your eye right into the scene