Mornin' hens! Here's a little Christmas card I made this past weekend. The image is "Snow Bunny" from Some Odd Girl. As I was looking through my Christmas papers, I came across this sheet of trees and it hit me! A background of trees with a snow hill in the foreground. Woo-hoo! I LOVE it when a plan comes together! That doesn't happen too often in my OLD age! Hmmph! To begin with, I wanted to share a little trick I taught myself as I was making this card. To use your Perfect Layers tool AND round your corners after, apply adhesive to the back of the DP in the center only (I just made a little X in the middle) and then adhere the DP to the card stock. Next, using my Perfect Layers tool, I cut off the excess card stock leaving a PERFECT 1/16" border on all sides. Then, I used the corner rounder on both the DP and the brown card stock individually. Since there was no adhesive on the corners, I could slide both the DP and the card stock into the corner rounder with ease. I then stitched the edges on all sides and added a snow hill with some coordinating DP. The tree was a punch out and I added some Diamond Dust to the snow hill for an icy look. I colored the image with my Copics and adhered it with a few pop dots. I embossed the sentiment (included with the stamp) to the bottom of the snow hill and tied on some coordinating ribbon with a button on top. I think this turned out so CUTE, don't you?
Here's a close up look of the dimension!
Image - Snow Bunny from Some Odd Girl; Copics; CS - Neenah Classic Crest White, SU Early Expresso; Embossing Powder - Zing (Chestnut); Distress Ink - Tim Holtz Vintage Photo; Perfect Layers Tool; Stickles; DP - My Minds Eye (Colorful Christmas); Twinklets Diamond Dust; Corner Chomper; Ribbon - Martha Stewart; Button