Welcome! I'm still in Eugene, Oregon for a couple of days, but I have a couple of cards left to share while I'm away. How about a simple snow scene today? I've had this lovely Spellbinders Picture Perfect die template for a couple of month snow, and I finally had a chance to pull it out and play. I had intended to go with just a shimmery white-on-white card, but then I had a brainstorm. . .
What if I cut an extra solid panel and airbrushed some sky to go behind my village and tree? I used Copic B32 and B66 to create my sky. I didn't create a mask, but freehanded the airbrushing; that's why you see a colorless blender in the picture as well. I had one area that I needed to push some stray B32 out of. The airbrushing was a less-than-five-minute process--seriously simple.
I used a glue pen to add some glitter to roofs, trees, and the snow line. The card base is cut with a Spellbinder Grand Labels One. I considered a silver cord tiny bow, but that was *after* I had already glued the focal panel down--a bit late!
I hope that you're having a great week--thanks for stopping by,