I used a piece of transparency to create the window onb this winter card. To achievde the woodgrain texture on the background, I rolled the Dry Brush wheel in Chocolate Chip ink on Cranberry Crisp CS. I rolled it repeated to get the look I wanted. I popped this layer up on Dimensionals to enhance the appeareance of the window effect. The scan doesn't really show the sparkle on the snow and trees ( Dazzling Diamonds Glitter).
Date: Sunday, November 12, 2006 GMT Views: 2284
Stamps: Lovely As a Tree, Dry Brush Wheel, Canvas BG, Linen BG
Paper: Cranberry Crisp, True Thyme, Very Vanila
Ink: Cranberry Criusp, Chocolate Chip, Timber StazOn, Bordering Blue, Bashful Blue, Night of Navy, Lavender Lace, Ballet Blue, Craft White ( painted on for snow with a tiny watercolor brush), VersaMark
Accessories: Thyme Stitched ribbon, Antique Gold Hodgepodge Hardware, DD Glitter, Transparency sheet, Gold Detail EP, Dimensionals, Signo white Gel Pen
This is one of the most beautiful cards I have ever seen and you used one of my all time favorite sets. I love when someone explains what all they did and used to make a card. You have inspired me to pull this set out again! Thank you so much for sharing your awesome card and instructions.
Registered: March 8, 2005 Location: Ontario Posts: 1490
Mon, Nov 13, 2006 @ 8:48 AM
Beautiful card and thanks for the description.
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