Another christmas card + Video

Hi!

Guess what, I managed do do another christmas card today. 🙂 I used my favorite stencil from Memory box to create the background. I went for the blue snow glitter explosion look. Never heard of it? Me neither actually but I thought it would look cool and I like how this card turned out. 🙂

I made a video of the process, normally I try to upload a video each week but during the summer time my craft time has been limited to say the least. But now I will try to go back to my usual routines and share a video on a weekly basis. I love making them and your sweet comments make me really really happy. 🙂

Take care and have a good one!


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Challenges : Lawnscaping, Less is More

Supplies:

  • Stampset – Lawn Fawn, Critters in the snow and Pa-rum-pa-pum-pum
  • Stencil – Memory box, style 88559
  • Die Simon Says Stamp, Talk Bubbles
  • Cardstock – Neenah Solar White
  • Vellum
  • Ink – Memento black and versamark
  • Embossing Powder – Ranger, detail white
  • Martha Stewarts fine crystal glitter
  • Distress ink – Salty Ocean
  • Copics
  • Wink of stella glitter marker
  • Modeling paste from Panduro Hobby

16 thoughts on “Another christmas card + Video

  1. Chrissie

    This looks super Joanna, what a great embossing folder and the colour you made the paste looks terrific. The glitter adds the perfect touch!
    Thanks once more
    Chrissie
    “Less is More”

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  2. Sharon Hayes

    I enjoyed your video and love the bear Christmas card. I appreciate you showing the processes you went through. I see most colorists use a gray to add shadow to white. Why did you use blue?

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    1. Joanna Harty Post author

      I’m so happy to hear that you enjoyed the video! I almost always use blue when I shadow white, but sometimes I use light gray as well. In this case I was picturing the “blue glitter snow explosion” kind of thing, and I used blue shading to match my embossing paste. I think both options ( blue or grey ) work fine for shading white images, but I seem to reach for blue, I think it look really crisp and I really get a snowy felling, 🙂

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  3. Pat Harrison

    I love this card. I also use a very pale blue for snowy shadows, rather than a grey, as I find grey makes the snow look grubby! To me grey shading would be for a rain cloud.

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    1. Joanna Harty Post author

      Pat, thank you for leaving me such a sweet comment. I agree, most of the time I use a pale blue shadowing snow. I usually use my grays for a rainy cloud, but sometimes I think it’s suitable for snow as well. If the pallet is gray, I think it works . 🙂

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  4. Anne Ray

    Joanna what a striking background for this cutie!
    Thank you for joining this week’s Less is More Challenge, animals.
    Anne
    LIM Designer

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  5. Christiana

    This is gorgeous! I love that background. It looks like the polar bear has shattered through the ice or something. I subscribed so I can come back and watch the video later. Can’t wait! Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping!

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  6. Åsa

    wow, så snyggt! Bakgrunden är verkligen effektfull och du har verkligen fått till en snö-explosion-känsla 🙂 Du gör så fina kort och är en riktig inspirationskälla.

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