For today's snowy card, I used the following products:
|Lavinia stamps: Fir Tree|
I had seen quite a few of this general design over the Christmas holidays and I wanted to give it a try too. To start out, I die cut the white cardstock and blue matting using the Tutti Designs slimline die.
I then tore a piece of scrap paper to create a few snow drifts using Distress Oxide and a blending brush. I used a light touch for the snow drifts as I didn't want them to overpower the rest of the scene.
Once I was happy with the snow drifts, I stamped the Fir Tree using the Rain Forest ink pad. After stamping, I added clear embossing powder and heat set it.
Next came time to place the bunnies. I used the backing sheets that come with the stamps to get a general idea where I wanted them. Since I wasn't using a stamp positioner for the bunnies, I reached for the Fairy Hugs Raven ink. I almost always get a nice clear, dark impression on the first go around when using this ink pad.
I randomly stamped my falling snow using each of the stamps in the set and then added a dot of Pixie Dust glitter to the center of each snowflake. The Nuvo Drops were added next and then I set aside the project to dry while I die cut my sentiment out of two different colors of blue cardstock. I offset the two layers to give the top layer a bit of a shadow.
Once everything was dry, I adhered the sentiment to the focal panel and then adhered everything to my white card stock base.
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