I'm so excited to be guest designing for Papertrey Ink using their October Release! Wow! So many wonderful stamps and dies this month --- and it's all about Christmas!! I absolutely love these tall trees, and you're going to see them popping up again in my cards for Papertrey Ink this month!
Supplies and Tools:
- From Papertrey Ink:
- Oh Holy Night Stamps
- Oh Holy Night Dies
- Grand Christmas Sentiments Stamps
- Grand Christmas Sentiments Dies
- Go-to Gift Card Holder Mitten Stamps
- Go-to Gift Card Holder Mitten Dies
- Snowfall Grit Paste (Sizzix - Tim Holtz)
- Glitter Snow
- Arteza Real Brush Pen
- White Acrylic Paint Splatters
- These colors of Distress Inks (Ranger):
- Stormy Sky, Chipped Sapphire, Rustic Wilderness, Vintage Photo
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A beautiful peaceful scene with a gorgeous background,thank you for joining in at MMM
Love the tall trees and how you have used the grit paste, I have some of that but haven't given it a try yet, like your inked background too!
These really are some tall trees, and you're completely right: they're absolutely stunning. I'm amazed by the winter/Christmas feeling of your project, which you've managed to create without traditional Christmas colours/patterns/motifs and without any bling. I love your serene scenery, especially as I usually struggle with using slimline cards because they are, well, too slim for me. Thanks for joining the Alphabet challenge.
Very pretty card. Wonderful colors and image. So glad you shared over at Alphabet challenge, Make My Monday.
As always, Esther, your card is absolutely stunning! What a wonderful way to use those trees! I think what grabs me the most are the vibrant colors. The ombre on the sentiment is wonderful and I just love the paint splatters. See? I really do love it all! Thank you for playing with us at the Alphabet and MMM Challenges and hope you can join in again soon.
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