I just love how this one turned out. It makes me smile every time I look at it.
White 110lb card stock for card base 4.25 x 5.5
Craft color card stock
Bristol smooth card stock for background
Colored pencils -Sargent
Falling Snow stencil
Artists loft modeling paste
Art Glitter Glue
Distressed oxide- tumbled glass, broken china, stormy skies
Marvy snow marker
Rolling hills die
Versafine Black ink
While embossing powder- Nuvo Glacier White
Foam tape - Scotch
Foam squares- 3D Foam Squares
White gel pen
1. First I stamped the gingerbread house on craft card stock. Then I stamped all the candies on white card stock.
2. After everything was stamped I colored all the elements with colored pencils and fussy cut them out. I used the Mavery snow pen on the house wherever there was snow. Heating it up with my heat gun to give it dimension.
3. Next I took some Bristol smooth card stock and sponged the distressed oxide ink onto the card stock using the lightest color in the middle and getting darker towards the edges.
4. I then took my falling snow stencil put it over my background and stenciled on the snow with modeling paste.
5. I stamped my gingerbread people on craft card stock with versamark ink and heat embossed them fussy cutting them out once the cooled down.
6. Next I cut some snow banks from white card stock.
7. Now it’s time to ensemble my card. I used some thin foam tape on the snow banks so that I could tuck my house into the snow. The house and candy were glued down with art glitter glue. I stuck the ribbon on the sides of the panel with glue dots. I did pop my gingerbread people up with foam squares.
8. For the finishing touches I added white highlights with my white gel pen and added diamond glaze to the gumdrops, peppermints and lollipops. I let it dry overnight and added my panel to my card base.
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