Thursday, September 19, 2019

New Snowman Wheelie & Week 2 of Use Circles Challenge | Art Impressions

It's time for another Art Impressions challenge and this one is called Use Circles!  There are some adorable new Wheelie sets just released that are just right for this challenge.

My card today uses the new Snowman Wheelie set.  This is so adorable and I wonder what that snowman is going after on his bike!  Haha!

I stamped all the images onto Neenah Solar White 80# paper using Ink on 3 Blackout Detail ink, which is safe for alcohol markers.  I colored everything with my markers which I've listed below.  I used a circle die (another circle element) to die cut the image.  All of the directions you need to make the interactive wheelie portion of this card are on the back of the packaging.  There are dies included to cut out the wheel, the leg pieces, a hole for the brad, and the tab on the inside of the card that you turn to spin the wheel on the front.

After I used the circle die to cut out the image, I added some extra touches.  First I used a snowfall stencil to carefully (I didn't want to cut out a mask-LOL!) add some glitter gel.  I added some "snow" at the bottom using a Tsukineko Radiant Neon Amplify pen.  Y'all, this is a game changer to get that snowy look!!!!  It's a nice bright white and it puffs up when you add heat with your heat tool.  I tossed another one into the trash after using this one!  I also added some clear sparkle to the snowman and clear glaze to the ornaments.

This card is 5-1/2" square.  I added the circle layers to some patterned paper that I adhered onto the square card base.  I stamped the sentiment from the set with black ink and die cut it using a die from the Flag Double Stitched die set.

Thank yo so much for stopping by!  I sure hope to see your project in the Use Circles challenge!  Click HERE for all the details.

Copic markers:
BG0000, BG000, BG10, BG11, BG13, BG45, BG49,
C00, C1, C3, C5, G05, G07, G17, G29, N2, N4, N6, N8,
R11, R20, R46, R59, RV10, Y38, YR16


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