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Season's Greetings Card by Sara Zoppi

Hi BRI friends, Sara here! I am back with a new card, inspired by the November BRI Mood Board Challenge . This is a perfect palette for Fall cards and I really love those colors. But, since I am in a more “Christmas mood”, I challenged myself to create something different and use this color combo for a Christmas card…and this is the result!  I love those “Caroling Critters” from Pretty Pink Posh , they are so sweet! I stamped them on a piece of Lawn Fawn Fog cardstock , it’s a light cold grey perfect for my background and then I colored everything with copics. I also hand drew the street lamp on the right, I wanted a cozy scene. Since it is a light colored cardstock, the copic colors are really similar to “reality”, but in this way I didn’t have to add the sky. I only used a darker grey at the bottom, to create the contrast for the bushes. I used a white UNI POSCA pen to create the snow ground and I also added some white snow in the sky. The small snowflakes comes from the Pretty Pin
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