Happy Wednesday, everybody!
A new challenge is starting at
Double D Challenges. The theme is SNOW. Here is the inspiration board :
I was inspired by the idea of the trees in the winter landscape, so this is the card I made:
Here's a closer look:
I started by choosing a basic tree stamp:
Then I added the sparkly snow using a stencil and Nuvo glimmer paste:
Finishing it, I took a white pencil and added the snow that had fallen on the tree branches
and stamped a sentiment.
I hope you can find something really fun about winter and share it over at Double D Challenges.
Beautiful! Serene. Love your CAS winter creation! That bare tree and falling snow are perfect!ReplyDelete
Beautiful winter scene Doni, it's what it would normally look like around here but have to say we haven't had much of a winter which is certainly fine by me, but we do have snow predicted for tonight, I am yearning for Spring!!ReplyDelete
Oh Doni this is just gorgeous! I have that Stampscapes stamp and NEVER thought to use it in a wintry scene like you have on this beautiful creation! Well done my friend and I need guidance on using things like stencil paste lolReplyDelete
Wow! Great card, Doni! I am so impressed with the texture on this card; truly snowlike.ReplyDelete
Doni, this is gorgeous! I love to be inspired by the mood board and it's amazing to see how spot on you are. So beautiful and peaceful in the gray tones. Your white pencil worked remarkably well for the snow on the trees. I love it!ReplyDelete
This is just so beautiful, lovely snow and brilliant texture xReplyDelete
wow you captured this mood board and the inspiration that you got perfectly! Great and appealing card.ReplyDelete
Doni, this is stunning! You've covered the tree perfectly with snow. Such a simple and serene scene you've created. Very peaceful and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely winter scene. So elegant and serene. I love the added texture with the Nuvo paste.ReplyDelete
This is so beautiful, I love the simplicity of it. The texture with the Nuvo paste is perfect, just stunning!!ReplyDelete
A beautiful CAS tree in the winter snowfall Doni! Julia xxReplyDelete