Here's the pics for you to check out:
The card measures 4 1/2" x 5 1/2" using a sheet of white card stock as the base.
For the image panel, I trimmed it down to 4" x 5" and inked the background using my Distress ink in"Broken China" and my ink blending tool.
I masked off some snowy hills before adding the Distress ink and used my mini mister to spritz water over the top.
Next I stamped and heat embossed some snowflakes in the background.
I then added some shading to my snowy hills using my Prismacolor marker in Warm Grey 10% and my CG2.
For the images I used my alcohol markers to color them in and here's a rundown of the colors I used.
Skin- E00, E11, E13, RV63
Hair- E74, E18, E29
Outfit- B00, B12, RV000, RV63, G40, G43, Warm Grey 10%, Colorless Blender
Tree- G46, G28, B12, B18, E74, E18
I fussy cut the images out and adhered them to the background.
Next, I created a frame around my scene using a couple pieces of white card stock that I cut at 4 1/4" x 5 1/4", layering them on top of each other and adhering them on top of the card base using strips of fun foam to give it some dimension.
Lastly I stamped snowflakes in "Broken China" ink around he frame and added iridescent sequins.
And ta-da! Card complete!
I hope you enjoyed this card for today!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!! :)