Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Winter Card with Snowy Background Stenciling | Rubbernecker Stamps

 Hello my friends!  I hope that you have had a wonderful Christmas season so far!  Today I'm sharing a winter card featuring Rubbernecker Stamps Pine Tree Set and the Wavy Stencil.  I think this card could be used for several different occasions such as a thank you, thinking of you, get well--it all depends on what you put on the inside of the card!

First I cut a piece of light blue card stock to 4" x 5-¼".  Then I sprayed the back of the Wavy Stencil with Pixie Spray.  This spray makes using detailed stencils like this one so much easier!  I spread some white Glitz Glitter Gel through the stencil with a pallet knife.  I removed the stencil and immediately washed off the gel.  When the gel was dry, I added the panel to an A2 top-folding card base.  I love to find out-of-the-box ways to use supplies--in my mind these "waves" equaled a blustery, windy, winter day!

Next I stamped and embossed the Pine Trees with Versamark ink and some glitter embossing powder from my stash.  The green glitter embossing powder is from a company no longer in business.  For the white tree I used Shabby White Embossing Enamel by Stampendous.  Be sure to heat set this from behind so the heat tool won't blow it off of the card stock.  I fussy cut the trees out and added foam tape to the back of three trees.

Next I stamped the sentiment from the Pine Trees Set with Versafine Onyx Black ink and fussy cut it out.  I added foam squares to the back.

Then I hand cut two sets of hills from 4" wide card stock.  I adhered them together and added them to the card.  To finish up, I arranged and adhered the sentiment and trees on the card.

Thank you all so much for stopping by today!  I hope you enjoy the remainder of the holidays!  Stay crafty!

1 comment:

  1. Love your whispy gel background behind your sturdy pines, and that sentiment is wonderful! Very pretty card, Carol


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