Saturday, December 9, 2017

Snow Thankful

Hey! Today I'll share a Panorama Card made with three stamp sets. Snowman Couple - Christmas  Stamp set 872 is from latest Sparkle N Sprinkle reveal. A Winter Wonderland 517 and Tree Scene 723 are from last year but I think they are brilliant with Snowman Couple. My card has for layers: Background with A Winter Wonderland, second layer with Tree Scene, third layer with Snowman Couple - Christmas and top frame with sentiment.

One must have tool to make this card was Tim Holtz Stamp Platform. It was a huge help for me because I did all the stamping to watercolor cardstock. Thanks to the Stamp Platform I was able to get perfect impression by re-stamping images several times exactly to the same place. All the stamping is done with Metro Grey Nuvo Hybrid Ink. For coloring I used Nuvo Aqua Flow Brushes from Autumn Woodland set. I also used Bianyo Watercolor Brush Markers. I added sparkle to the Snowman Couple with Sakura Glue Pen and Meadow Spark and Fire Engine Red Glitters. To the snow pile in front of the Snowman I adhered some Shaved Ice Glitter with Sakura Glue Pen. And on top of that I added Nuvo Glimmer Paste (Moonstone).  I fussy cut top part of the images and left bottoms wide enough to adhere them to my Panorama folds. Tuxedo Black Memento Dual Marker was used to hide the white peeking from the sides of the stamped images.  To the Snowman Couple I also added some Nuvo Jewel DropsGrey Mist to their buttons and Orange Marmalade to their noses.

All the snow on the trees are covered with Dimensional Glue and Princess Elsa Frost from Frozen Glitter set. Snow on the ground is covered with Moonstone Nuvo Glimmer Paste

Sentiment is stamped with two inks to the Watrcolor Cardstock and then it is heat embossed. At first I stamped it with Metro Grey Nuvo Hybrid Ink and second time with Versamark ink. Because I used Stamp Platform, two stamped layers are exactly on top of each other. Versamark ink is covered with Clear Embossing Powder and it's heat set with Heat Tool. I drew a sign post my self and colored it with Nuvo Aqua Flow Brushes from Autumn Woodland set and few others Watercolor Brush Markers. I fussy cut it out and added some snow with Dimensional Glue and Princess Elsa Frost from Frozen Glitter set.

Following picture gives you a slight idea how this card is put together and you can see the layers. I had so much fun to make this card. 

For the top layer I used a piece of pattern paper and cut an opening to it with Spellbinders Labels Thirty-Six. Last week I shared a card where I was left with  2 1/2" Double Sided Tear-ific Tape protective sheet with snowflake shape holes in it.  Now I used it as a mask to make snowflakes with Moonstone Nuvo Glimmer Paste on top of the pattern paper. Edges of the top layer are covered with with Dimensional Glue and Princess Elsa Frost Glitter.

Materials used:
StampsSnowman Couple - Christmas #872, A Winter Wonderland #517, Tree Scene #723;
Glitters: Princess Elsa Frost [G1123] from Frozen Glitter set, Shaved Ice [SH101], Meadow Spark [G1014], Fire Engine Red [G1007];
Embossing PowdersClear [EP120];
InksNuvo Hybrid Ink (Metro Grey), Versamark;
Dies: Spellbinders (Labels Thirty-Six), MemoryBox (Twilight Snowflakes);
Coloring MediumNuvo Aqua Flow (Autumn Woodland), Memento Dual Marker (Tuxedo Black), Watercolor Brush Markers;
AdhesivesDimensional Glue [539], Sakura Glue Pen;
Cardstock: White, Watercolor CS, Pattern Paper (Studio Light - PPSL39);
EmbellishmentsNuvo Glimmer Paste (Moonstone), Nuvo Jewel Drops (Grey MistOrange Marmalade);

Thank you for the visit!
Hugs & smiles


  1. This is so pretty Eret. What a great way to incorporate all those sets. Terrific job.

  2. Just when I think you could not do anything more spectacular than your previous masterpieces, you wow me all over again, Eret. First of all, I wasn’t aware that you could draw! Such a cute sign, and marvelous use of both tree sets. Your coloring and sparkly loveliness are perfect! It’s a gorgeous and happy creation. My husband asked yesterday who I knew in Estonia. Your card is exquisite, and thank you for your delightful reflector. Jack wanted to know how long your daylight hours are right now, and how warm does it get in the summer. Thank you for thinking of me, and blessing me with your friendship. xx


Thank you so much for your comment. It is always so nice to read them. Hugs and smiles. Eret

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