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Snow Wishes

_DSC5417 Snow in the city Heather Telford

The theme on the Penny Black blog has been intricate dies this week and the designers have created beautiful projects. My card today features one of the new intricate sentiments fitted into a snowy city sky. To create the scene I splattered masking fluid on white cardstock then brayered Memento Bahama Blue ink from one end which resulted in the colour fading out toward the other end. I stamped part of the slapstick cling stamp, ‘Skyline’ at the base of the panel and sponged yellow around the buildings and used a grey marker on the facades. I die cut the ‘Snow Wishes’ sentiment out of the top of the panel and out of a piece of white cardstock then fitted the white diecut into the stamped panel, attached it all to the black mat and finally to the white cardbase.

Stamps:  Skyline (PB)
Creative Dies: Snow Wishes (PB)
Inks:  Memento Bahama blue, Dandelion, London fog inks, Versafine Onyx black (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)
Cardstock:  Solar white cardstock,  Epic Black cardstock  (Neenah)
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9 Comments on “Snow Wishes”

  1. M A G N I F I Q U E !!! Absolutely magnifique! Love it!

  2. canadiancaroline says:

    Beautiful! Please do a video or photo tutorial showing how you use and remove the masking fluid. 🙂

  3. jancastle says:

    Perfection Heather!!!! TFS
    Jan

  4. Stunning card! Love the background and the glow of light round the buildings xxx

  5. Lindsey says:

    Beautiful card! I really like the die cut sentiment… well, except for the thought behind it. 😉 We have a foot of it that I really hope will go away.

  6. Just beautiful! Congrats on the tweet from Penny Black!

  7. beaumama says:

    Swooning here. This is extraordinary.


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