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Mice on Ice!

Hello crafty friends!

It’s Julia here with another fun wintery scene card! I just can’t get enough! It’s freezing here these days, so I am just all about the frosty scenes! ;-) For this one I used the super cute Mice on Ice stamp set by Lawn Fawn!

First I stamped my images onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored them in using Copic Markers. 

Then, I die cut the Stitched Pond out of the piece with the colored Over the Mountain Borders to add a nice detailed edge to my panel. After that, I ink blended Milled Lavender and Dusty Concord Distress Oxide onto the top of a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock and on the bottom I added Tumbled Glass, Broken China and Peacock Feathers for my skating pond. On the pond I also sprayed shimmer spray to add an icy sheen. 

I stamped the sentiment with black ink onto the pond and also stamped some “skating marks” using Broken China Distress Oxide. I adhered the mountain panel onto the background with some foam tape for extra dimension. I added my adorable little skaters to the scene with foam squares. Then I added some little snowflakes to the sky out of Pixie Dust cardstock.

Finally, I added lots of shimmer pen and Stickles to add some extra sparkle!

If you want to see how this card came together you can click on the video below!

Thank you so much for joining me today and I hope you have a wonderful day!

Julia




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  1. This is just too sweet, Julia! Such an adorable scene; I love all the products you used and how you put them together!

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    1. Thank you so very much, Valerie!! I am sooo happy you like it!!

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