Thursday, July 19, 2012

Merry Tex-Mas Snow globe card... take 2

I created this green snow globe card last year based on a card sketch by Allison Davis, and I wanted to redo the card using all Texana Designs Stamps, so I came up with this cream version and I think I like it even better!


I started by stamping the holly in various directions on the cream background paper, then I added a swirl of glue pen and some prisma glitter to the background to connect the holly stamps to where the snow globe stamp will be adhered. I stamped the holly to look like a "swirl" of Texas "snow".

Once the background was prepped, I stamped the holly images on white cardstock and cut them out and glued them on top of the stamped holly leaves. Tweezers worked great on these tiny stamped images!

For the snow globe image, I stamped it on white cardstock then colored it with my copic markers. I added dots of glitter to the snow globe image, then covered the glass part of the snow globe with glossy accents. Once it was all dried, I cut it out and used foam tape to adhere it to the card.



To finish off the card, I cut a strip of green pattern paper and wrapped some ribbon around it. This whole section was attached to the card front with my Tiny Attacher staples.




Here's the finished card all by itself:


Supplies Used:
Texana Designs Stamps: 100706S Snowglobe (Small), TX046 Holly
Cardstock: Bazzil (Red), Georgia Pacific (White)
Pattern Papers: October Afternoon (Thrift Shop), K&Co (Yellow Distress Wood Flat)
Ranger Distress Inkpads: Walnut Stain
Ranger: Diamond Stickles, Glossy Accents, Foam Blender Tool
Tsukineko: Memento Inkpad (Tuxedo Black)
Copic Markers: YG03, YG63, YG67, E31, E33, E37, W1, W3, W5, BG10, C1, R24, R29, R39
Ribbon: American Crafts
Other: Prisma Glitter, Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
Allison Davis: Card Sketch #14

2 comments:

KALDesign said...

A M A Z I N G ! ! !

Gen said...

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