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Walking the Dog!

>> Monday, November 24, 2014


Today's card features some more images from the recently released Christmas Village series. These stamps are just so much fun to play with. If you've been visiting the blog recently, then you have seen all sorts of combinations. To create this card I started by stamping the trees label (minus the label part) in Old Olive ink, several times without re-inking to give the illusion of many trees in the background. Next I added the snow lines and then the bare trees and some little pine trees. The sloped roof cottage was stamped in Memento Black ink, colored with Copics and fussy cut. Some stickles were added to the snow on the roof as well as the snow lines. Last I stamped the mail box and the man walking his pup. We have a pup and she absolutely loves walking in the snow. This image makes me think of her and all the fun walks we had last winter!!

I used nesties to cut the frame out of the center of the white card base and used my scoring tool to create some extra lines around the frame. Some punched holly leaves, red half pearls and a sheer red bow complete the look.  Hope you like it. I had fun creating this.

Be sure to check our Color Challenge this week. We'd love to have you join in the fun!

Thanks for stopping by.

shelia

5 comments:

Karin said...

That negative of your die cut makes a perfect frame for this sweet winter scene! Love the corner holly too...Cute card today!

Sue said...

I was wondering how you got the trees so small! (I forgot about the label version!) A perfect background for the village! Love the frame too

Janett Ray said...

This is a great card love the background trees your little house is so cute and walking the dog just finishes a great scene.The card frame really pulls it all together. The holly is the perfect finishing touch.

Robin Clendenning said...

What a cute wintry scene Shelia! I love that guy with the dog!! Your house is so cute too!!

Samantha said...

I love all the elements you brought to this card, Shelia! It came together just beautifully!

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