Angelica here with a pair of cards made with the new stamp set Joyeux Noel. I adore the images in this set. I used both sentiments, making a matching scene for each one.
I started off by stamping and coloring the images with Copic Markers. I cut the images out with the Joyeux Noel coordinating dies. I used a Ranger embossing ink pen and Lawn Fawn textured white embossing powder to add snow to the trees.
For the backgrounds, I cut two panels of watercolor paper, then chose Distress Oxide inks to blend. For the pink card, I used Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick, and Spun Sugar. For the blue, I used Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire, and Tumbled Glass. I splattered water onto the papers, then dabbed the droplets with a paper towel.
I cut the hills out of white glitter paper, and attached them to the card panels. I then used my MISTI to build my scene. I moved the stamps and die-cut images around until I had a scene I liked. I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment and snowflakes, using embossing ink and white embossing powder.
After the embossing was done, I used double-sided adhesive to attach the panels fun foam, then adhered them to A2 size pre-made card bases. I also used 3D foam squares to adhere the die-cut images.
That is all for today, Friends. I hope you found my project inspiring!
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