Monday, October 14, 2019

Christmas Holiday Mansion | Art Impressions

Hello friends!  I'm over on Art Impressions' blog today with the Holiday Mansion all dressed up for Christmas!For my card today, I've dressed up the Holiday Mansion with glitter and shine for Christmas.  The HM Accessory Set is just what you need to make this holiday card!


I stamped all the images in Copic safe ink and colored them with the colors listed below.  I die cut them all using the included coordinating dies.  There's no die for the house, but it's so easy to fussy cut.   For the hill shape, I used a hill border die and added some pretty and sparkly coarse glitter with liquid adhesive.  I cut a piece paper that has just a bit of a pattern to show through the windows and doors.  This is from the same Lawn Fawn Snow Day Remix 6x6 paper pad as the background layer of the card.


I decided where to place the cute little images and adhered them to the house.  Then I added some foam tape to the back of the house and stuck the patterned paper piece to it.  Next I glued the hill on, then the house and the extra Christmas tree.


I stamped the sentiment in black ink and die cut it with a die from the Tag Stitched Die set.  I popped it up with foam tape and added the wreath.  For the finishing touches I added Nuvo Crystal Drops and clear glaze to various elements to up the shimmer and shine factor!


Have you started your holiday cards?  I hope this sweet card has give you some inspiration today!  Thank you for stopping by and have a fun, crafty week!



Copic markers:
BG11, BG32, BG34, BG49, C00, C0,  C1, C3, C5, C7, C9,
E000, E27, E25, E31, E35, E37, E39, G03, G16, G17, G29,
N0, N3, N4, R22, R27, R29, R59, W5, W7, W9

Supplies:
Nuvo Crystal Drops:  White, Red Berry
Nuvo Glitter Drops:  White Blizzard

1 comment:

  1. This is so fun, Carol! I love that you used all the "accessories" to peek out of the windows, doors, etc -- very nice!

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