(2019 c2) Magical Winter Anniversary

The background was made by spritzing Kodak Photo Paper with water  and then sprinkling with Aquamarine Ken Oliver Color Burst (Watercolor Pigment Powder)     (This is one of my FAVORITE surfaces to use with POWDERED COLOR PIGMENTS)    Stamp Sets used:   Upon A Star from Lawn Fawn ,  Winter Skies LF1763 from Lawn Fawn,   and on the inside the sentiment is a NEW SET FOR ME  Happy Happy Happy from Lawn Fawn.

To divide the sky from the snowbanks I cut the panel with Lawn Fawn Forrest Boarder,  and offset the lower panel to mount on black card base so that black shadow trees were visible.  I then painted faint snowbank shadows with watered down Aquamarine.  I cut out the critter couple and colored with Copics.  I also stamped the critters on the lower left corner of the envelope.  Then stamped the sentiment on the  inside with Versamark Ink  and heat embossed with White Ranger Embossing Powder.

Challenges Entered

LawnFawnatics:  Ch #44 – Happy Little Critters 

SimonSaysStamp:  Work It Wednesday (monthly on main blog) –  Try Something New (HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY stamp by Lawn Fawn)

SimonSaysStamp:  (Wed) Card plus Matching Envelope

JoyClair:  Winter Wonderland  – Dec/Jan

KatsScrappiness:  Anything Goes

TheCatsPajamas:  Chal. #353 – LOVE

WordArtWednesday:  Chal # 368-369  Anything Goes

 

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2 Comments

  1. Gab

    Really really pretty – the background is gorgeous

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