“Snow, oh, to see a mountain covered with a quilt of snow.”

That is not something I will likely see living in Texas. Instead, I brought the mountain to my craft room. This multimedia card was completed using four layers of cardstock. The watercolor paper provides the base for the background. Antique Linen and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide’s light wash provides color before embossing using Sixxix’s snowflake embossing folder. Next, to get that feeling of snow falling, snowflake paste by Finnabair art Extravagance was added through an MFT snow stencil. My mountain needs a critter! This little winter white bunny was very talented; he can make heart-shaped “snowballs.” The snow globe was embellished with a holographic embossed snowflake and a pair of mittens. A final touch of shine is provided by a few pearls.

Have a snow-tastic day, cafters!

8 thoughts on “Ready,Set,Snow

  1. Love the soft blending colors you used on your background snow flurries and using the snow globe for your focal point and sentiment. Adorable image. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and don’t forget since you have pearls in your project you can enter at The Crafters’ Cafe, our partnering with this challenge. (Link is on our challenge blog).

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  2. This bunny is just so cute! I love how you blended the soft colors as the setting for your image. Very sweet card! Thank you for playing along with us at Double Trouble #77.

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