Snow covered hill

Started with the gray cs and added white pan pastels with a sponge smoothie for center. Stamped half wreath with several stamps in black and gray ink and dipped stamp in glimmer paste smeared on glass mat. Stamped deer and trees with black ink then added navy blue ink using hill stencil and a stencil brush. Stamped in the blue some tall grass then added hand drawn wisps of grass with black gel pen and added blue Posca pen to some leaves. Splattered with platinum stencil butter using splatter brush. Learned this week how to actually use the darn thing. Turns out that if you dip it in medium then pinch half way up the bristles and let them flick through your fingers your fingers stay clean and splatter goes out in varying sizes. Even as thick as the stencil butters are, I just dipped the brush ends in the jar and let it rip. Clean brush with just a dip in water and rubbing on microfiber towel. Mounted on blue mat then white cs base. Left any sentiment off, could go so many ways that would be added to the inside of this mini slimline card.

Thanks for sharing your time with me, now I am sharing this with:

Alphabet Challenge: S is for Snow

CRAFT: ATG

16 thoughts on “Snow covered hill”

  1. I love the serene winter atmosphere in your card, the deer is such a lovely motif, and the forest scenery looks so real with all the details you added. It seems like a lot of work went into your creation, but it definitely paid off. The silver paper makes it look like we’re observing a forest clearing through a window covered with frost, and the silver splatters add to the ilusion of ice flowers. Thanks for joining the Alphabet challenge.

    Hugs, Veronika

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  2. So lovely, all the details you add really make for such unique cards. I love the splatters but have not found a way that seems to turn out good like yours. I will have to research a little to find specifically what a splatter brush is! So glad you joined us at the Alphabet Challenge!

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        1. Best thing to do is practice using different mediums on scrape papers in splatter box. Builds confidence, keeps things clean and you learn what effects you like. Have fun playing, no mistakes mostly learn what doesn’t work and what does. .

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  3. Just GOrgeous! A Beautiful scene and such a pretty ‘pop’ of blue.
    Thank you so much for joining us at C.R.A.F.T. Challenge.
    GDT Chrissyxx

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  4. A lovely card.
    Thank you so much for entering our challenge this week at CRAFT Challenge looking forward to see you again next challenge.
    Hugs Sheryl CRAFT DT xx

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