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Snow Covered Village

November 21, 2017

Love soft snowy skies? You are in luck! This week Birgit Edblom joins us with a trio of card creations that will have you ready to bundle up and breath the cold, crisp air.

If you happen to live in this Snowy Village (40-558) then you better grab your sled and skis and head out to enjoy the day!

Birgit used unique design of this Slapstick/Cling stamp, which includes three separate stamps, to build her beautiful scene. To give it a vintage look, she added the die cut frame using our Creative Die set, 51-397 Antique Frame.

Design Details: Birgit began by stamping her village and trees using Ranger Archival ink onto Saunders Waterford High White HP watercolor paper. She then painted her scene using Daniel Smith watercolors. Once dry, she restamped the trees, very slightly offset, and heat embossed with white powder. She splattered diluted white acrylic paint to create the look of falling snow. The larger snowflakes were added with Liquid Pearls. Birgit cut her frame from textured cardstock and layered over her scene. Birgit recommends any of the following textured cardstocks: Paper Accent, Bazzill Linen Textured Cardstock, and/or Scrapberrys Canvas Cardstock.

One more thing! Don’t miss this week’s card on our SIMPLICITY site…

Shop for today’s featured Penny Black supplies

40-558 Snowy Village
51-397 Antique Frame
30-307 Holiday Snippets

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Mary Lehett permalink
    November 21, 2017 2:14 am

    What a perfect winter scene!

  2. Donna Whitten permalink
    November 21, 2017 6:45 am

    Beautiful, I love it!

  3. November 21, 2017 7:54 am

    SO GORGEOUS, BIRGIT! BUT, I would NOT expect anything less from YOU! 😉 GORGEOUS WORK!!!

  4. barbara lassiter permalink
    November 21, 2017 9:02 am

    This is stunning and so beautifully created! Perfect! 🙂

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