Hello friends! As promised on my Instagram post, I have the details for my Gnome card using this adorable Honey Bee Stamps Gnome Place Like Home set.
For coloring the images, I stamped them with Ink on 3's Fadeout Detail Ink. I used my MISTI and stamped them about three times so I could see the light colored ink better. I colored them with my Copic markers (I've listed the colors at the end of my post.) I used the coordinating Honey Cuts to die cut them out.
Next I used the Winter Wonder Background Stencil Set (set of 6) to create my background. The mountain and hill stencils can be snipped apart, then you have a stencil and a mask. I used Pixie Spray, which is a repositionable adhesive and makes stenciling SO easy! Just spray it on the back, wait about a minute, and you're good to go.
I started at the top, placed one stencil down, used a couple Detail Blender Brushes, then used the mask portion, and the next stencil portion. I used Distress Oxides in these colors: Stormy Sky, Tumbled Glass, Lucky Clover, Mowed Lawn, and Weathered Wood. I very lightly added the Weathered Wood for a shadow effect on the snowy hills.
Next I used one of the snow stencils from the same set to add snow. I used Wendy Vecchi's Embossing Paste through the stencil. I let it dry, and to my dismay, I found that the moisture of the embossing paste picked up the Distress Oxide color below it! Thankfully, it didn't take too long to use a white gel pen to go over the snowflakes to make them white again.
I also used the white gel pen to add snow to the trees and the girl gnome's dress. I added a clear sparkle pen to the hills at the bottom and the vellum shadow layer behind the sentiment. Oh, I used my blue Copics on a scratch piece of card stock in an ombre pattern then die cut the sentiment.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I do so appreciate that! Carol :)
red elements: R29, R27, R24, R14
green elements: YG97, YG17, YG25, YG03
faces: E51, R01, R12
girl's hair: YR23, YR21, Y21
blue dress: B18, B23, B24
beard: C2, C0
GNOEL!! I love it!! Honey Bee has such cute stamps! You did a brilliant job with this fun scene, Carol, with impeccable coloring as always!! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
Sweet and adorable! Love the inking!!!ReplyDelete
What colors did you use to color the goat? That coloring and shading is amazing!ReplyDelete
Thank you! For the goat I used the W Copics.Delete
Thanks so so much!Delete