Friday, August 14, 2015

Let the cold wind blow


     Today I am sharing a card using Mo Manning's Season's Greetings.  The image is available in digital form from Mo's Digital Pencil and will be available in just a few days in rubberstamp form from Stamping Bella.
     I created the background with Distress inks.  The trees and birds are a die set from Impression Obsession.  After I glued the trees down I used my dotty stamp to create a snowfall with embossing powder.  A Lawn Fawn border die created the snow bank.  The image was fussy cut and also stamped the the dotty stamp and embossed.


Copics Used:
skin E000, E00, E11, R20, R22, R30
hair E25
clothing R35, R37, R39, BG93, BG96, Y28
candy cane R35, R37, R39, C00, C2

     Well, here's another one for the Christmas stash.
     Be blessed!

Supplies:
Paper--Bella's Bestest in white, Recollections
Stamps--Stamping Bella "Season's Greetings", All Night Media dotty stamp
Ink--Tumbled Glass, Faded Jeans, Seedless Preserves and Iced Spruce Distress inks, Versamark
Tools--Impression Obsession Birch Trees, Lawn Fawn Hillside Borders
Miscellaneous--Simon Says Stamp white embossing powder

18 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh what a awesome card Tracy!! I love the background you created, its really beautiful and the dimension you created with the cutie cut out image!

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  2. I really, really love this card, Tracy! Awesome coloring on the background with your distress inks. And the flying snow is perfect. Again, another great card. Have a good weekend, my friend. Hugs, Geri N

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  3. Oh my word, Tracy, this is adorable! I love the scene you have created for her. I swear you keep getting better and better...how is that even possible? Thanks for the continual fabulous inspiration!

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  4. This is gorgeous Tracy. Such a sweet image, beautiful colouring and stunning background design.
    hugs Sue xx

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  5. Wow, this is gorgeous Tracy! You sure know how to create a scene! Love everything about this - Fabulous

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  6. This is so adorable Tracy! That little lady better hang on tight to her candy cane ....love the scene you created.
    Hugs, Renee

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  7. Fantastic and what a brilliant background. Have a great weekend x

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  8. Gorgeous card!! Love that dottie stamp ... It really does look like snow and the blended BG is perfect!! Love the colours you chose for your image ... In all I love this card!

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  9. Tracy your card made me laugh, it's adorable! I love everything about it!!

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  10. WOW this is perfect!! very festive and i love the color and the colouring work you did there
    Shuly

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  11. I love this! Perfect DI background and your Copic coloring is flawless, as always. I have to have those IO dies - now who's the enabler? :) xo

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  12. Oh, Tracy, what an amazing card! I LOVE this little girl in the snow storm, and your beautiful scene (especially the sky) is gorgeous! And what beautiful coloring of her (and your amazing fussy cutting!). Stunning and what a fabulous Christmas card. So glad to hear it's going to be a digi and real rubber. I'm loving digis more and more! Hugs, sweet friend!

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  13. Such a wonderful card, Tracy! I love the inked background, this cute image, the die-cuts and the embossed snowfall - simply everything!
    Hugs, Anja

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  14. Ooh wow what a lovely card!! Love the sketch :D
    Hugs Anneke

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  15. Haha, omgosh! You are amazing, Girlfriend!!

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  16. Giggling...I am getting a chill with all these wonderful snowing scenes. lol This is so cute and the image is fabulous. I really love this one. Hugs, joann

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  17. Mercy Tracy.....what you do with Mo's images is nothing short of amazing. Love the wintry background you created for your adorable image.....I know I have said it like a million times, so make this a million and one, your coloring is phenomenal! :)

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  18. Oh, my goodness! This is over-the-top, love! So sweet! I know I keep saying that, but IT IS! Such a gorgeous background, and I adore that darling, little lady!

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