Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. Today I had a lot of fun using the Elizabeth Craft Design Winter scenery die set designed by Joset van der Burgt. I used water color paint to color the wolf and reindeer and I love how they came out. they almost look like real fur. I combined the winter scenery with the dotted background die and this is a perfect combination. to create the background I used two different oxide sprays and a mica stain. In between layers I dried the background and that created layers. Wet on wet blends, wet on dry creates layers. and this created a lot of depth. Using a metallic Karen Brush marker is colored the trees in silver and created extra dots. A neutral sentiment makes this card appropriate for any occasion.
Please hop over to my YouTube channel for a complete step by step walk through of how I made this card.
At the end of this blog you will find a full list of supplies and links to the different suppliers.
|Art Glitter glue||https://www.artglitter.com/collections/designerdriesclearadhesive|
|Elizabeth Craft Design Winter scenery 1926||https://www.elizabethcraftdesigns.com|
|Elizabeth Craft Design Dotted background 1927||https://www.elizabethcraftdesigns.com|
|Elizabeth Craft Design Watercolor pallette||https://www.elizabethcraftdesigns.com|
|Florance card base||www.plotterplezier.nl|
|Karen Brush markers||https://www.karinmarkers.com/en|
|Ranger Distress mica stains||https://rangerink.com|
|Ranger distress oxide spray salvaged patina||https://rangerink.com|
|Ranger distress oxide spray peeled paint||https://rangerink.com|
|Ranger Distress spray bottle||https://rangerink.com|
|Ranger Tim Holtz watercolor paper||https://rangerink.com|
|versafine onyx black||http://www.tsukineko.co.jp/english/|