Hello friends! Hope you are having a great week so far! Well I have to say that this card certainly does feel like home where I’m at right now as it’s pretty cold and a bit snowy over my way! I tried to hold onto Fall for as long as possible!
Whimsy Stamps has come out with another line of really cute digital stamps from CC Designs and this is the first time that I’ve colored one from the new line and I think they’re really cute! Check out this card I’ve made for you today:
This darling image is called “Iggy” and I just love these sweet little peguins with her! 🙂 Here are the Copics that I’ve used to color her with:
- Coat/fur trimming – BV04, BV02, BV01/W3, W1, W0, blender, white gel pen for dots, blue gel pen to color hearts
- boots – W9, W7, W5
- Penguins – C8, C5, C3, C1, Y17, R00
- Skin/Hair – E23, E21, E11, E00, E000, R20, R00, white gel pen for cheeks
- Igloo/Snow – B04, B01, B00, B000
I fussy cut the image long with the ‘ground snow’ and left a spot at the bottom for the sentiment. I outlined the image with a black marker and attached it to my winter snow background that I’ve made.
To make the background, I took the Stormy Sky, Peacock Feathers and Dusty Concord Oxide inks and a waterbrush to swirl a pretty winter sky pattern. I dried it and then took a toothbrush to flick some white paint over it for the snow. I then took a couple of the snowflake images from the Whimsy Stamps Snow Flurry clear stamp set and white heat embossed them in places on the background. I’ve also used this same set to heat emboss the “snow” sentiment over a piece of black cardstock that was popped up with foam tape over the image panel and then the rest of the sentiment was stamped in black ink right below the image.
Here you can better see a closer look at the details of the coloring. I’ve also put some shimmer over the entire igloo with a Spectrum Noir glitter brush pen. Thought I could see it when I took the photo, but of course it’s not showing up!
I took the snowy image panel and mounted it over a piece of black cardstock and then took a very thin strip of silver glitter cardstock to lay right next to it over a piece of white card stock. I took this white card front base and attached it to the left side of a top folding A2 #110 card base. Lastly, I’ve taken some sequins and attached them to the snowy background for a bit more sparkle.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my card today! Thanks for dropping in!
Here’s the Whimsy Stamps products used on my card today:
Here are the challenges I’d like to enter this card for: