Today’s challenge has such great colors for Christmas that I made another card. After die cutting the owl, I attached him to a piece of dk red. I had a scrap of an artichoke piece so I used it on the right side. The snowy scene was stamped onto the kraft (as close as I have to the baked brown sugar) & I added snow on the trees w/ a white gel pen.
The snow on the ground was done w/ a white prismacolor pencil. The falling snow was done by seriously thinning white acrylic paint (approx. 6 to 1 water/paint) in a fine mister and spritzing. I wanted something else red, so I drew a tiny cardinal in the tree.
Thanks so much for looking! Closeups including the Copics used, are on my blog: The Write Stuff
Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 GMT Views: 1727
Accessories: Serendipity Owl die, Spellbinders labels 4 die, Memory Box tender leaves die, sequins, Martha Stewart branch punch, white Prismacolor pencil, white gel pen, thinned white acrylic paint in fine mister
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Tue, Nov 19, 2013 @ 3:35 PM
Julie, I just saw this on the SCS FB page - OMGosh! It's absolutely stunning! What a wonderful, creative scene, Julie. Thank you for sharing your talent with all of us. This is going into my favorites right now.
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Tue, Nov 19, 2013 @ 5:38 PM
What a wonderful creation, Julie. The owl is just too cute and I absolutely love the winter scene you created on the kraft. That penciled snowdrift is amazing and the blizzard is so real looking. (And I know that - living in S FL.) A delightful card all the way round.
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Tue, Nov 19, 2013 @ 6:23 PM
Julie, I just LOVE your snowy scene on the left side!! The gel pen work is awesome; your snow looks real! I love the idea of stamping a snowy scene on Kraft cardstock - must try this. Thanks for sharing!