I wanted to make quite a simple card. To start with I matted a piece of blue card onto a scalloped 5 x 5 card base, then stamped the 'snow' image 3 times onto white card and coloured sections of it in with my Derwent Pencils and Baby Oil. I usually use Sansdor with soft pencils but I thought I would give the BO a go, I was very surprised as I found it to be quite good particularly as there's no odour whereas Sansdor's smell can be quite strong. To add a bit of sparkle I added glitter to the word 'Snow' on one of the stamped images layers, then cut out sections from each layer and mounted them on the card with foam pads. I drew small irregular circles on the background card and coloured them in with a white gel pen. To finish I added a strip of ribbon and some gems, and 2 diecut glittered card snowflakes with a big red brad on top.
Isn't this 'snow' cute! I've had this wooden stamp for years, when acrylic stamps weren't even a sparkle in someone's eye.
So here's what I used.
Wooden Stamp: Whipper Snapper Designs 'Think Snow'
Paper/Card: Plain Blue Card
Pencils: Prisma and Derwent Coloursoft Pencils
Dies: Cuttlebug Cut/Emboss Snowflake, Marianne Designs LR0125
Other: Johnsons Baby Oil, Copic Black Fineline, White Gel Pen, Crystal Glitter, First Edition 'Nordic Christmas' Embellishment Pack, AC Ribbon, Gems
'Snow' why not come along and visit our blog at Totally Gorjuss and check out what my team buddies have made to inspire you (sorry I'll stop saying it now). While you're there don't forget to enter your card/project into our weekly challenge - remember it's ANYTHING GOES - SNOW. There's a prize up for grabs and this week's sponsors is J & C CREATIONS.
As always I'm looking forward to seeing what you make.