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Friday, October 31, 2014

{Spotlight Project} Deepti Creates a Winter Scene with the Joyful Set


Hello, friends! Deepti here and welcome to my fifth spotlight post. Today, I'm sharing a card where I have created a fun winter scene. I have used the October stamp club set, Joyful. The stamps in the set are perfect for creating fun Christmas scenes on the cards.

So, here's a look into the finished project. Here I have used some die cuts along with the sleigh as the focus of the card... Also, I experimented by using a patterned paper for the sky. It gives a fun, cool look :)




STEP 1
Stamp the sleigh on white and kraft card stock, fussy cut the pieces, and paper-piece the kraft body of the sliegh over white. Also color the rest of the sleigh.



STEP 2
Cut the patterned paper to A2 card size and apply embossing paste through the snow stencil. Once dried, adhere this panel on the card base.


STEP 3
Die-cut the landscape and clouds. You can also hand-draw and cut these and adhere it to the card base. Also, stamp the sentiment on the snow mountain. I felt something was missing in the whole look, so I decided to add the birch trees. To make the trees, cut out strips from kraft card stock and snip small "A" shaped cuts along the edges.



Here's the finished look once again :) This was a quick and fun card to create. I photographed the card in the sunlight.



This finishes my fifth spotlight post :) I hope you enjoyed it and will give this a try. Happy crafting!


Stamps Deepti used in today's project:


  

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17 comments:

  1. I love that patterned paper for the sky. You're so creative, Deepti!

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  2. Deepti, once again your creativity dazzles and delights. This scene is amazing!
    ~c

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  3. I love the add of the Embossing paste Deepti sooo soo creative I have to try this technique...Love all on your card..Perfect...not much detail but all in a lovely place..hugs, Monika

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  4. love the layered up effect on the card and that background is awesome!

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  5. Great card. My Joyful set arrived today, can't wait to have a go with it!
    Elaine

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  6. The 3-D, mixed media look of this card is so fun!! Thanks for sharing the steps - your cards are always so creative.

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  7. Beautiful card, Deepti! I love all the dimension and how you created your own birch trees...so pretty!
    Thanks so much for the step-by-step tutorial!

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  8. I like the the trees the most, and the scene you created! lovely!

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  9. Love this PP idea to create for the sky, cool look! And your hand cut birch trees are amazing, a perfect snow scene!!

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  10. Wonderful card Deepti ! I loved the different color combo you have used here n the layering too !

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  11. Gorgeous scene. The sleigh is so sweet. Hugz

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  12. Love the sky with the patterned paper and embossed snow. And the colour of soft blue with the warm brown are so pretty together. Loll xx

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  13. Very clever way to use patterned paper for the sky! And, I love the colors of this card. Thanks for the inspiration.

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