Lavender Country Christmas
Other Products: copic markers, distress ink Peacock Feathers
For more tips on creating with the Snowy Pines Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/nVtKVcgg530.
For more tips on creating with the Candlelit Christmas collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/PJeFD_d3AiM.
Instructions: Create a 6 inch x 6 inch card base. Cut a 6 x 6” green check panel from the Snowy Pines Paper Collection and adhere to the card front. Cut out a piece of light green paper from the paper collection for the top 3.5 x 5.5”, distress with olive ink, cut out the border die from the Sweetheart Borders Die in white and adhere to bottom of the light green panel, cutting off the excess and adhere to card front.
Stamp medium pinecones from the Festive Pine Cones Cling Stamp Set, sponge with olive, and the cottage from the Snowy Pines Cabin Cling Stamp Set twice in black, color the cottage with copic markers and sponge the background with Peacock Feathers, on the second stamped cottage sponge the pinecones with Peanut Brittle and Toffee Crunch Ink, sponge pines with Olive ink, color the birds with copic markers and cut out all with coordinating dies and add frosting powder. Cut off the pine tops of the medium pinecones to create greenery for the poinsettia spray. Stamp the sentiment from the Candy Cane Cottage Cling Stamp Set in black on green designer paper and cut out with the Arrows and Banner Die, distress with Olive. Cut out the largest die from the Elaborate Oval Frames Die in white and adhere with cottage and sentiment as shown, using foam tape for dimension.
Stamp the poinsettias from the Christmas Poinsettia and Holly Cling Stamp Set in Elderberry and Sweet Plum and sponge with same, cut out with coordinating dies, sculpt with the 3D Christmas Poinsettia Shaping Mold, add prills and frosting powder.
Stamp the holly from the Christmas Poinsettia and Holly Cling Stamp Set in Olive and sponge with same, cut out with corresponding dies and sculpt with mold.
Adhere holly, pinecones, poinsettias and pines as pictured.