Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Snowy Hills

Howdy fellow bloggers, it's Clare again. Here is a little bit more of winter crafting to help you along with this months challenge. Winter scenes are proving very popular at the moment so I thought I would join in and make one of my own.

For this card I used:


I started off by placing my card behind a flower shaped mask. I then ripped up some scrap paper, using a sponge and my powder blue ink pad I inked on my snowy hills. I masked off a circle for the moon and with another piece of ripped paper I sponged on my wintery sky, again using Oak House Studios powder blue ink pad. After I had set the scene I stamped on the beautiful beech tree and the sentiment using the same coloured ink. Finally I added some glitter to the tree, hills and sentiment.
Thank you for taking the time to read my blog post. Good Luck with your entries into this months winter themed challenge. You could be in for a treat and win a prize for your entry. You only need to use one of Oak House Studios fabulous products.

Happy crafting,
Clare x x x



3 comments:

Elaine said...

Beautiful scene Clare - it looks very elegant in blue on the white!

Barbara said...

I love this Clare....you've certainly captured a 'chilly' feel xx

Sylv said...

Gorgeous winter scene, love the shaped edge and great colouring.

Sylv xx