Winters Day by Julie Lavalette

Hi everyone, it's JULIE hosting the blog today. Hope you all have had a lovely Christmas Day and Santa left you some new craft goodies. In Scotland it is unusually very mild for this time of year and no signs of snow yet, so I decided to make a Wintry Scene onto my card.

I started with a greyish blue cardstock and scattered some chunky white Embossing Powder on it to give a snowy effect. Next, I tattered and shaded the edges with Distress ink. 
My Tree and Icicles I applied the same technique as I did on my Wall Hanging last week which you can see HERE.

My Winter Sign I die cut out in black cardstock and fussy cut a layer in white cardstock distressing around the edges and gluing onto my sign, adding the word Winter and some more white embossing powder.

Finishing off my card with accents of Flower Soft snow.

Thanks for stopping by today and good luck to everyone entering our Weekly Challenge.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used:

Crafty Hugs, 

Julie x

1 comment:

  1. Julie Love this scenic card especially all the snow falling and sticking to things. Reminds me of a warm winter day with the snow coming down. These are the perfect choice of dies for this scene.


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