IG Alumni DT project created by Joylita D'Souza

I started by cutting a piece of watercolour cardstock using the second largest die from the Hero Arts Infinity Rectangle Die set. Next, I placed the stamps from the Winter Wonderland Stamp set in my Tim Holtz Stamp Platform and stamped the images using VersaFine Onyx Black ink. I also stamped these images on a masking sheet, and fussy cut them using my cutter bee scissors. After that, I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set using VersaFine ink. To create the trees in the background, I masked the images first. Then I used the Christmas tree stencil from the Layering Stencil - Mini Set 21 by Tim Holtz along with Pine Needles and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks and a mini ink blending tool. After that, I used the Drifts & Hills Stencil by MFT to create the hills along with Turquoise ink by Altenew and a mini ink blender. I used Seedless Preserve Distress Ink to colour the sky. After that, I unmasked the images and used my Zig markers to colour them. I then cut a black cardstock using the largest die from the Infinity Rectangle Die set to create a mat for this panel. Next, I stuck the main panel on the black cardstock. As a final step, I stuck this cardstock to an A2 card base.

Winter Wonderland Stamp Set by Maymay Made It
Tim Holtz Stamp Platform
Infinity Rectangle Die set by Hero Arts
Layering Stencil - Mini Set 21 stencil by Tim Holtz
Drifts & Hills Stencil by My Favorite Things
VersaFine Onyx Black Ink
Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
Seedless Preserves Distress Ink
Pine Needles Distress Ink
Mowed Lawn Distress Ink
Turquoise ink by Altenew
Mini ink blending tool
Watercolour cardstock
Masking Sheet
Cutter Bee Scissors
Black cardstock
A2 card base
Art Glitter Glue
Big Shot

A2 cardAlumni design teamArt glitter glueBm masking paperCanson xl watercolor paperCard for christmasCardmakingChristmas cardChristmas cardsCutter bee scissorsIg dt projectsMini ink blending toolVersafine black onyx inkWinter wonderland stamp set

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