Laurie has an interesting challenge for us this week, on Make It Monday.
Setting up an assembly line for our card making.
I did create 6 cards, taking my time to add the various levels and layers,
something I love to do. Total therapy for a card lover's soul!
The house is from Winter Village, stamped in the colors of our home.
From there, what scene to put my home in, was my challenge.
Simply love the Holiday Greens Borders, and dies and it's possibilities.
The tiny wreath on the door is from Home For the Holidays.
It just fit perfectly!
Here's a photo of the bg, before the die cuts were added:
First stamped the pine needles, a bit lower than the top of the card,
so they would show under the top level, and inked the top.
Using a stencil created from In the Meadow, the snowy hills
Next came the spruce branch die, heat embossed with
Stampendous: Aged Green Embossing Enamel,
popped up with foam.
I thought of adding the berries to one corner.
What do you think?
Finally the stamping, and die cuts were added, along with the
sentiment and some tiny flat sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.
Stickles Crystal provided the 'snow'.
I plan to spend today adding some pizazz to the inside,
and envelopes too.
Thanks for looking at my process!
PTI Inks: Ripe Avocado, Fine Linen, Classic Kraft, Olive Twist,
Spring Rain, Ocean Tides, Scarlet Jewel, Cocoa Bean, & Saffron Spice.