9.01.2020

TPB: Winter Tree Farm!


 Hi friends!


We're home!

It was an absolutely magical getaway and so relaxing, so fun,

and just SO needed!

School also started yesterday (online) so it's going to be a crazy, busy week!


It's my turn to post at The Project Bin blog this week.

 I finally got my hot little hands on the new Mid Century Christmas!

Denise's newest holiday set is just adorable.

I've created a slimline winter scene resembling a winter Christmas tree farm

with the winter snow and trees with freshly fallen snow!




I created this card by using Ranger Ink Speckled Egg distress oxide ink

and blending it into Neenah Solar white cardstock.

Once it was dry, I spritzed water to create droplets in the ink to resemble snow.

I repeated the process with the Christmas trees - stamping them directly

with ink and then spritzing them with white, thinned paint

and using the matching die to die-cut the trees.

Finally, I heat embossed the sentiment with versamark and embossing powder.

The slimline die is from Lawn Fawn.




Here's the stamp set in the shop: 



Thanks for stopping by today! 

 Big hugs, bigger blessings :)

~Kelly

9 comments:

  1. Good to hear you've had a good time away Kelly. Love the card, especially as it's in shades of blue

    June x

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  2. That tree is so pretty and what is better than a grouping of them. I really like this slimline card. Glad you had a good trip!

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  3. Love your monochromatic Christmas tree farm!

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  4. Beautiful monochrome card love the trees and great background-glad to hear you had a good trip
    Carol x

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  5. Beautiful tonal Christmas card and so glad you enjoyed your break away x.

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  6. Gorgeous christmas card Kelly..Loz

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  7. What a wonderful monochromatic card Kelly - love it. Glad to hear you enjoyed your trip
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  8. This slimline design is perfect for your Christmas tree farm in the snow!! Beautiful work, Kelly!

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