Welcome back to winter! After a bit of a reprieve last week, Central Wisconsin is back to a snowy mess.....er.....Winter Wonderland? LOL! Here's the view out The Studio window!
I began by
creating a background using the Splattered Ombre Watercolors Tutorial
from Technique Junkie Newsletter. It's a fun little technique that looks
very snowy to me! You will find the technique located in the
June/July 2014 edition of the newsletter. For more information about Technique Junkies, visit here!
I used the largest building from I Brake For Stamps' Cats and Buildings stamp sheet.
After stamping the building on white cardstock, I colored it with a
grey Copic marker--adding just a bit of yellow in a few of the window
areas. I stamped a second image and selected one building to
highlight.....I imagine that would be my friend's house...I popped it up
on dimensional tape to give the finished card a bit more interest!
My sentiment is also from IBFS, but I will save you the time of trying to seek it out on your own. I used a sentiment from the Rick St. Dennis Holiday Bear Sheet.
It comes with a sentiment that says "Have a Beary Merry Christmas."
When inking it, I covered the "Have a Beary" portion before applying it
to the ink pad. I was able to omit that part and end up with the
Of course, if that is a bit too putzy for you, I'm sure you will find something perfect RIGHT HERE!
Thanks for stopping by! TTFN, Jane