Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Venture into the Woods


Good Morning.
Meet my clean and simple card for the holidays.

I began by pulling out a piece of inky paper that was leftover in my stash.  I like to keep inky leftovers as you never know when they will come in useful.
I had created that by applying a coat of Gesso over a stencil, let it dry then inked it up with Distress inks.  I thought it looked like an abstract form of snow so decided it worked as part of the scene.
I die-cut the Stitched Dome, the deer and the tree and put it all together to create my little scene card.
To help further the feel of winter and snow, I dry embossed the top of my card, stamped the sentiment using my Misti and done.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.


Adding my card to there challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- SNOW WHITE
(she was left in the woods)
Simply Create Too- CAS
Make My Monday- Snow Fun
AAA Cards- CELEBRATE

Supplies
Stamps-'Tis the Season (PTI)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers Distress (TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; stencil-Dot Fade (TH); Gesso; palette knife; Deer Trio (Memory Box);
On a Limb Branches (Taylored Expression); Stitched Dome Stax (MFT); 
Snow EB Folder- (TH)

23 comments:

  1. Blue. I'm relieved ;) Lovely. Serene. Lovely.

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  2. I love this pretty scene you made. Your cards are always so wonderful and this one is just awesome with it's peaceful design.

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  3. So pretty with the snow on blue sky and white framing Karen! a lovely winter scene with the sweet deer!

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  4. The abstract-looking snow gives a very modern look to your great card! Love the layout of the deer and the tree.

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  5. your card is so adorable!

    thank you so much for playing along with us at make my Monday!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  6. At first I thought your backing paper was a piece of gingham and thought how ordinary for you but then I saw what it was. Gingham or no, it is a lovely wintery card.

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  7. Just so gorgeous Karen, I love the scene and your colours, Kate x

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  8. Love the abstract background and the technique of the gesso through the stencil. The clean and fresh white looks fabulous x

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  9. Blue and white. Love it. So pretty. Great background. [Bunny]

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  10. Beautiful card Karen. Love the gesso resist. xx

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  11. Love your "snowy" background and the sweet forest scene, Karen! The gesso works great for snow!

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  12. This is gorgeous scene Karen with the sweet deer and falling snow, and I love the gesso over a stencil for that background. x

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  13. Simple and yet very effectively.

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  14. I think this card is stunning Karen. The background looks super. Barbxx

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  15. Oh this is so beautiful! Love the whole icy feel and the little scene is perfect. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

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  16. Brilliant card and I love how you've brought the tree into the foreground x

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  17. Gorgeous snowy scene! Love the added embossing. xxx

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  18. This is lovely, Karen. Beautiful blues and super design. I love the subtle texture that you added. Ahhhhh! Makes me excited for snow! Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards Clean and Simple Card Challenge #103 - Celebrate. P.S. Did you know we like you to share our badge? :)

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  19. Such a pretty scene! I love the snow and the die cut deer :) Thanks for joining us at AAA Cards.

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