Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Frozen Nature Card

Hi Susan from the DT here.  I was inspired by the challenge board shown in this month challenge post.
I started using white embossing powder and heat on white cardboard.  Weed Love stamps are incredibly beautiful and fit really nicely for the purpose.  The card was colored with distress ink and the edges got distress crayons.  Tim Holtz Wildflowers die were punched out and used and adorned with white embossing powder to create the 3D effect.  I stamped the small branches with blue distress ink and the red berries with a pencil eraser, with red distress ink.  I finished with sequins and small drops of sticklers with glitter.

I have used: Beautiful Words and Weed Love stamps
Distress crayons and ink - Stormy Sky and Fired Brich
Wildflowers die, White cardboard, white embossing powder, Stickles, sequins and Zig wink of stella

I wish you a nice day.
Hugs, Susan


  1. What a beatiful card..white embossing always looks so good with a distress background. Your extra die cuts finish off the 3d effect perfectly. Great work x

  2. Fabulous card. Loving the techniques and the colours you've used. Great take on the challenge mood board. Thank you for the inspiration x

  3. Ooooooh beautiful and really atmospheric, love it
    Donna xx

  4. Awwww!!! I love your card! It is so so pretty. Hugs!

  5. Love how the bottom looks so cold and frosty and then you have that hot red at the top warming it all up. Beautiful and delicate. The die cuts are a great match to the stamps. Hugz

  6. beautiful card!!
    Groetjes Karin

  7. Gorgeous! I totally agree, Weed Love is made for such a theme...

  8. Wowsers!! This card is absolutely stunning! Great use of the inspiration.

  9. Susan, this is so beautiful! I love the way you used the palette! hugs

  10. Beautiful card in wonderful colours, Susan! ♥ Lovely details.
    Thank you!!


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