Dashing Through the Snow

Hi there.  I am still in Christmas mode and wanted to use a new stamp set I got for Christmas and never got to use.



All stamping was done with Memento black ink on an A2 size piece of Neenah cardstock.  Stamped the bird, then masked.  Hand cut a hill mask and stamped the trio of trees masking each one.  With masks still in place, blended Blueprint Sketch distress ink for the sky.



Removed masks and coloured with Copics.  Added the flurry of snowflakes with a white gel pen.  Black heat embossed the sentiment with clear glitter embossing powder.



Die cut the scene with a stitched rectangle and mounted it onto a white top folding card base to finish.

Thank you for stopping by.  Have a great weekend.







Linking to the following challenges:
The Cat’s Pajamas#342 Make a Scene
ABC ChristmasA for Antlers and B for Birds
Merry Monday#271 Embossing
Jingle Belles — Look What Santa Brought Me (Winter Wishes stamp))
SSS MondaySomething New (Winter Wishes stamp p)
SSS WednesdaySomething New (Winter Wishes stamp)
edited to add: Addicted to Stamps and More #273 Holiday





19 thoughts on “Dashing Through the Snow

  1. Trina,
    You know I love your designs. This one is super special with your amazing snowfall. Wonder how many dots there are on there?!?

  2. Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! I can feel myself sliding down that snowy hill Trina. That bird is having so much fun! Fabulous card – gorgeous colours, great masking ans so much snow. Love it. Thanks for sharing at ATSM.

  3. what an incredibly lovely card and a brilliant use of those beautiful new stamps! (pretty much a master class in stamping & masking too!) so pleased you could join our JINGLE BELLES fun! ♥

  4. This is darling and your colouring is beautiful…I love everything about this card and thanks so much for sharing and for playing along with us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog… x

  5. Just love the winter sledding scene you created! Great masking & coloring!! Thanks for joining us at Merry Monday this week!!

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