Images were colored with Copic markers: Reindeer - E33,35,37,blender, Sweater – R83,85,89, YG93,95,99, Trees – G82,94,99
The snow area was sponged with a downward swipe starting off the page from the top using Going Gray from Stampin Up and Stickles was applied to the torn edge. The sky was sponged on using Stormy Sky from Ranger with my handmade template. The template pattern to cut your own is offered in the right side bar of this blog under Techniques.
The Perfect Layers tools from Perfect Paper Crafting was used to cut the borders. Use any brand craft knife or rotary cutter for cutting. A tutorial video can be found on the company site.
Fiskars punch was used for the decorative edge.
Cheery Lynn holly leaves die was used for the holly, the die has three sizes of leaves on one long die. The berries are cut using a Cuttlebug die from the set Tiny Tags. Stickles were applied to the berries. Both were attached with Aleene’s tacky glue.
The image panel is popped up with foam squares.
The deer is dry embossed on the head, ears, body and tail using a #8 metal ball stylus and it’s popped up on the card with foam squares.
Images: Hero Arts
Paper: Bazzill – green and white textured, maroon – smooth, Provo Craft designer paper