February 2, 2011
I started my card by first stamping the tree image and then I proceeded to stamp the snowflakes. Some of my snowflakes are stamped lighter by inking up my snowflake stamp and then stamping off onto a scrap piece of paper and then stamping the snowflake image onto the tree. Next, I added the red bird (be sure to use your stamp-a-ma-jig to help align the images better).
To create my snow along the bottom I simply took a scrap piece of card stock and I tore it along the edges. Then I went along the edges using my 2 way glue pen and I lightly dusted on some dazzling diamonds glitter. I did that for both layers of snow and then once they dried I adhered them to my card.
I stamped the deer and bunny images onto another piece of card stock and then I cut them out and placed them on my card using a dimensional behind their heads and their feet are tucked down behind the snow.
I punched the top part of my chocolate chip card stock layer using my scallop trim border punch and finally I decided my card still needed a little something and so I decided to add a small bow in the upper right corner.
Well, that's about it for today. I hope you liked my card, it was hard to get a nicer photograph, but it's really glittery in person. Stay warm and be safe in this ice storm! See you tomorrow!
Stamps: Season of Friendship, Forest Friends
Card Stock: White, Bashful Blue, Chocolate Chip
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Going Gray, Real Red, Close to Cocoa, Bashful Blue
Supplies: Ribbon, Dimensionals, 2 Way Glue Pen, DD Glitter, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Scallop Trim Border Punch, Chocolate Chip SU marker- for the bird's eye
Technique: Paper Tearing, 2 Step Stampin'
Created By Patty Gorka