Monochromatic Winter Card

Hello! I hope you’re staying warm. It’s c-c-c-cold and windy here in Oklahoma today. No snow, but my card definitely reflects the feeling outside right now. This card is for the ECD Planners & Journaling January 2022 prompt, monochromatic.

I started with a white A2 card base and attached a blue watercolor background that I’d previously made using the dip and dry technique. Two hills were cut from white glitter paper using the Slimline Adventure Edges dies. I taped down the first hill and popped the second up with foam tape.

Snowflakes from the Elizabeth Craft Designs Mason Jar set, were used to cut white glitter paper and both size trees from the Mason Jar set were cut from corrugated white glitter paper. Both small trees were adhered to the back hill. Foam tape was placed behind the part of the larger tree that was above the popped-up hill so that it would lay flat and the trunk of the tree was attached with glue.

A bird from the ECD Sidekick Essentials 17 was cut from white #100 card stock and colored with Copic Marker B00. Glue was applied to the bird’s belly and sprinkled with ECD Warm Diamond Microfine Glitter. A line of glue and glitter were applied at the base of the large tree to help ground the tree. The snowflakes were randomly attached with glue and all done!

Thanks for dropping by!

Di

  • Elizabeth Craft Designs Mason Jar die set
  • Elizabeth Craft Designs Slimline Adventure Edges dies
  • Elizabeth Craft Designs Sidekick Essentials 17, Window Folder Set
  • Glitter paper
  • Foam Tape
  • Elizabeth Craft Designs Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter

Published by Di Wong

Wife, mother, and maker of pretty things.

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