Monday, January 10, 2022

Sweater Weather


I'm up on the Sweet n Sassy Blog today sharing this fun winter card. I don't usually do slim line cards, but I wanted a little more space so I could include more the winter wear from this super cute set. 

To create my card I stenciled the background using  Weathered Wood Distress Ink from Ranger and the NEW Quilt Stencil. I then stamped the Script Background over top in the same color of ink. 

The images  from Sweater Weather were stamped in Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink  on mix media paper and colored with Arteza Real Brush Pens. 

After die cutting a snowflake from the Large Snowflake Die Set I added a sentiment stamped in worn lipstick and picked raspberry distress ink.  The last step was adding a few tiny white pearls to my little pink snowflakes.

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dj said...

S is for sweater!! I love love love this card...great color images...beautifully put together!! Thanks for playing along with our "something that beings with S" challenge over at SOS!!

Conniecrafter said...

so fun and very cute layout, beautifully designed on that slim line, I just love the way the pinks pop against the gray!

Jackie Beers said...

I think you excelled with this skinny card. I love all the pieces. The snowflakes and all the gear are perfect for our MMM Challenge. Thank you for joining.

SmilynStef said...

I love all of those products ... and your coloring is wonderful ... what a fabulous cohesive design ... so glad you shared your *S* creation with us at Shopping Our Stash.

Maria Valente said...

I love this design! Thanks for joining our Make My Monday Challenge.

Maria Valente said...

I love this design! Thanks for joining our Make My Monday Challenge.

Helen Gullett said...

Just perfect card for the weather. Thanks for playing along with D2BA challenge, Esther.

Billie A said...

I love pink and grays. Your card is awesome. Love the images and your coloring. thanks for sharing over at Make My Monday.