söndag 23 december 2018

Merry moose card

Hello again,

Another Christmas card, with Tim Holtz products.
First time I saw the Merry moose die I knew I was going to buy it. He is so cool.

I started to make the background with Distress oxide in Stormy sky and Chipped Sapphire. I cut out a mask with a round die for the moon and masked it off. Then when I was ready with the sky I took away the note and used the negative diecut as a mask and used Mustard seed and Wild honey Distress oxides. Spritzed the two colors with water for some more interest. Then I used one of Tim´s stencils for the snowflakes and used opaque texture paste and put some Rock Candy glitter on it before it dried.

I handcut the snowdrifts and used glossy accents and clear rock candy glitter on them.

I diecut the trees and the moose from Kraft cardstock that I have sanded for the distressed look. On the trees I also used Glossy accents and Clear rock candy glitter. A great tip I learned from the talented Paula Cheney in a class at the very nice shop Whimsodoodle in St. Petersburg Florida on my vacation. It looks like frosty trees! 

I distressed the edges of the moose with Walnut stain Distress ink.

I stamped the texts with two different stampsets, CMS323 Holiday postmarks and CMS357 Festive overlay, embossed with black embossingpowder.

The "Happy new year" stamp is matted on a tree plank piece which are diecut with the Planks die and embossed with the 3D embossing folder for that woodplank look, colored with different colors from Distress oxides. 

The card is matted on a panel from the Tidings Design paper stack. 

Thanks for visiting and Merry Christmas!


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