Measurements: Image panel - 2 1/8" x 3 1/8", red border - 3" x 4", white panel with faux brads - 2 3/4" wide.
This little guy is so cool, cute and fun and fits right into the little winter scene! I donít know about you but I just love finding sentiments that fit the word window and oval punches so I can get more use of them.
All the images and sentiment were found at Cornish Heritage Farms/CHF.
And to check out the fine line tool I used for the glitter check this link. As Iíve said before I found mine at a stamp/scrapbooking store and Iím having so much fun with it on this years Christmas and winter cards.
-The images are colored with Prismacolor pencils with Mona Lisa mineral spirits found at Michaelís.
-The mountain and trees are one image which I colored with maker before stamping then added the pencil work to the mountain area.
-Cuttlebug snowflake/stars were from a die cut and glued to the card.
-My faux designer brads are ľĒ punched cardstock and designer paper glued together then I heat emboss the very top using a VersaMark pen and clear powder. These got two coats of clear.
To keep them from blowing away I put a teeny tiny speck of glue to attach to scrap paper then pull them off and glue to the card. No worry with the mail system and much cheaper than brads!
-The small oval has a mini scallop cut around it. Fiskars brand of scissors.
Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 GMT Views: 3067
OK, Rox, this is just too adorable--that little scene takes the cake--love those mountains in the background--have them on my wish list. I know jojot is taking notes on those b/w faux brads for sure! Great job!
------------------------------ Judy, aka greenstalker I wish someone would call me "ma'am" just once without adding "you are making a scene"!