Winter Wonderland

Today I’m sharing a winter wonderland card I created in whites and blues. Instead of using all of one brand of product, I combined several to create the bright winter sky behind my snow scene.

To create my sky I:

Next I:

  •  Tore three strips of card stock and glued them to my card front
  • Added some fake snow with a wet glue and a tiny deer (unknown die)

To finish the card I:

I’d love to see the backgrounds you create with color burst or distress inks so stop by our CURRENT LINK PARTY and showoff any projects that include a few products from companies Cropstop carries in the store! Happy Crafting!

 

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3 Responses to Winter Wonderland

  1. Such a striking and beautiful background you’ve created, Esther, and I love the embossing on the trees for all that dimension.

  2. Love the background, such great detail in the trees and like your snow drifts with the deer!

  3. Esther, what a lovely winter wonderland you have created! I love that wintry sky, and I appreciate the tutorial! I love the colorbursts, but I don’t have that color. Embossing your trees is a clever idea, and I love the deer die cut. Gorgeous make! hUgs!

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