Wednesday, January 22, 2020

The Card Concept - Cozy Cabin

It's time for a new challenge over on The Card Concept blog. This week's theme is "Cozy Cabin,"  and everyone is welcome to play along using the colors, the theme, textures, items, or just anything from the picture as your starting point. 

 I was inspired by the cabin wall, the blanket, the lanterns, and the snow
 in creating my rustic "Mixed Media" card.

Supplies and Tools:
  • 3D Lumber Embossing Folder (Sizzix - Tim Holtz)
  •  Watercolor Vintage Lanterns (Art Creations Design)
  • Christmas Pine  (Sweet n Sassy Stamps)
  • Knitted Sweater Stamp (My Favorite Things)
  • Aleene's Glitter Snow
  • Burlap String
  • These colors of Distress Ink (Ranger)
    • Vintage Photo
    • Ground Espresso
  • These colors of Distress Oxide (Ranger)
    • Pine Needles
    • Walnut Stain

This post linked to:
If You Give A Crafter A Cookie - Inspiration Photo (snow and browns)
Pinspirational Board - Snow and evergreen branches
Shopping Our Stash - Winter Blues
Tuesday Throwdown - Layered Die Cuts
Dare 2B Artzy - Winter


Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

Oh wow, that is a wonderful rustic looking card. I love the inspiration photo, too!

Donna said...

Another fab creation Esther, love the pine and pinecone!
Thanks so much for beating the winter blues (again) with the crew from SHOPPING OUR STASH!!

Donna said...

Stunning card and great take on the inspiration photo!

Henri√ętte said...

Fabulous card Esther, it feels realy cozy.
Thank you so much for sharing and have a great day.

Conniecrafter said...

This is just wonderful, I love that embossing folder and the stamping on the oval is terrific! The lantern is a great touch and love the glow!

Betty Wright said...

Beautifully done, Esther! Love all the textures and details!

CraftyGirl said...

Lovely project, I am very glad you entered this week at Tuesday Throwdown. I hope you had fun!!! See you back very soon to play in another fun challenge.


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StampinwithAnita said...

Such a beautiful card, Esther. Your work amazes me. Each card gets more complex and prettier than the last one!