Thursday, June 14, 2012

MDUC #150 Winter

Oh my! We're just getting into the warmer weather and I'm entering a challenge at Magnolia Down Under Challenge blog with the theme "Winter".  What is the matter with me?!? I'm trying several challenges this month to see which ones I want to continue doing.

For my card I used the old stamp Tilda with Sled and the Winter Day background.


Tilda was colored with my Copics.  Then I added Cotton Ball White Fun Flock to her jacket trim to get a fuzzy appearance.
The trees in the background were stamped and colored on the image and then a second set of trees was colored and trimmed out and mounted on dimensionals.
 Liquid applique was added and heated with my heating tool to puff up the "snow" for added dimension.
The poinsettias were from Wild Orchid Crafts.


On the inside of the easel card I added holly leaves and berries, also from WOC.
The sentiment panel was cut using dies from Nestabilities Labels 14.  The edges were inked with Always Artichoke ink from Stampin' Up!

That's it for this time.  Thanks for stopping by.
Huggeroonies,

8 comments:

Paula said...

So pretty. This will make a cute Christmas card...

Rene said...

Oh my...that snow on the trees looks like frosting and now I'm craving cupcakes! Way to go Kathy! Lol!
Great winter card!
Rene :D

Paper Tails said...

Very pretty! Love the way you used the snow.

Karen

Kruemel said...

Beautiful winter card - love your layered trees!

Thanks for joining us at MDUC this week.

Hugs
Kathrin aka Kruemel

Karen said...

Oooooo so sweet, I love your card! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Magnolia Down Under this week
Hugs
Karen
xxx

Francy said...

I love this winter card and the scene that you created on it.
Francy

Barb Hardeman said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr! Baby it's cold outside - well I wish - just for one day to get away from the high 90's we're dealing with. Lots of dimension on this sweet card...great job...blessings and hugs...Barb <><

Cathy Lee said...

Very sweet, Kathy. Your Tilda is so cute and love the winter background stamp.
Hugz,
Cathy Lee