Measurements: Large Weave panel – 3 ¾” x 5”, red distressed panel – 3 5/8” x 2 3/8”, navy behind the snowman is 2 5/8” square with each layer is cut 1/4” smaller except for the red which is 1/8” smaller than the Weave.
Images are The Angel Company/TAC and Cornish Heritage Farms/CHF (Weave)
My inspiration comes from the Current card catalog’s Homespun series. I’ve ordered from them but somehow I got on their mailing list and the inspiration if free!
-Images are colored with Prismacolor pencils and Mona Lisa mineral spirits.
-The sparkly snow is created with Scribbles 3D paint, sprinkle on glitter and heat until it starts to bubble. I’ve never read this as a technique but I thought I’d try it and see if it worked, looks okay to me! If it has a name you can let me know.
-Using my metal tip and Glitter Art Adhesive I touch each snowflake on the upper panel and placed tiny dots on the lower panel then poured on the glitter.
-The poinsettia is two punched flowers that I place on a folded paper towel for a cushion and used the embossing stylus to create leaf lines then did a roll around the center with the larger ball of the stylus to create dimension. It curls by itself when you do the rolling motion. Then I ink distressed it. The center is 1/16” circles punched and glued to the card (this works fast if you use a straight pin and tacky glue. Then put a dot of the glitter adhesive on each punch out and sprinkle on the glitter. Glue to the card.
Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2007 GMT Views: 2613