Boy, it sure was nice to have a snow scene to work on. It has been so hot and humid here in Kentucky! (And other places, I know, I know.)
I used the Ian Hallows' Mulberry Wood Purr'fect Christmas stamp for this week's project. I placed the image on a 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" piece of Ultra Smooth Premium Cardstock. I placed this image toward the left side of the paper. I colored the image with my Spectrum Noir markers. I added a bit of metallic pen for the tree garland, star, and ornament toppers. I used a white opaque pen to add a highlight for shine on the ornaments.
I used a die cut machine and die to create the snowflake border on the right side of the paper. You could use a regular border punch, or leave this step off.
I used a "snow pen" to make the snow flakes in the image. A "snow pen" is a pen you shake then write or draw with to create the "look of snow" on your project. You wait until the paint is dry and then heat it with a craft tool. This could also be done with dimensional fabric paint.
I used glitter glue on the snowflake border on the edge. And on the ground.
I used a 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" piece of light blue card stock, folded in half, for the card base. This card has a top fold.
I used a 5" x 3 3/4" of white card stock for the inside of the card. I placed the "Have a Purr'fect Christmas" image on this piece of paper and attached it to the center of the inside of the card. I used the Extra Strong Permanent Tape for this step.
After the glitter glue had dried, I attached that piece to the front of the card. This was attached with the Extra Strong Permanent Tape on the straight sides. I used a wet glue, like Mono Multi Glue, for the back side of the snowflake parts.
I hope you all enjoyed this week's project!
Until next time, I am ever searching for inspiration.