Winter Snow 2020

DRU Challenge #159 Winter Wonderland

Not the first snow of the season but possibly the biggest snow storm in years is beginning in my neighborhood. So if I have to wait for the snow to begin and getting outside to begin shoveling, I may as play along with the Dies R Us Challenge: DRU Challenge #159 Winter Wonderland. Great theme and as with all DRU challenges you must include a metal die. My die is a new to me Hero Arts Snowflake Medallion Fancy Die. The die was cut from my layering sheet and then cut a second time to give it a little raised background. The background on the card base was created using some TH Distress Oxide inks as well as a SimonSaysStamp star and snow stencil. The snow was created using Brutus Monroe’s Alabaster Glitter Glaze and the stars Delicata celestial copper pigment ink. This panel was also embossed with Cuttlebug’s snowflake embossing folder. My image an sentiment is an oldie but goodie Inkadinkadoo Christmas Characters stamp set. I picked this set up a number of years ago on clearance for $3.99….how could I resist?

Thanks for checking out my winter wonderland.

Stay safe!

8 thoughts on “Winter Snow 2020

  1. Love this! Your sledding bears are adorable, and I LOVE that snowflake medallion die cut! Great sponged and stenciled background as well. I, too, am gearing up for some shoveling – yuck! Pretty from the window, though!

  2. That die cut against the snowflake ef with those cute little sliding bears makes a perfect winter wonderland card.

  3. This is an adorable fun card Gayle. I agree with Golda you make some really good fun ones. Love the die cuts and background on the medallion piece and that stamp was truly a good find.

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