Winter Scene Cards

Winter Scene Cards

Hello and welcome to the new Simon’s Says Stamp Fun and Festive release day. On today’s blog I’m featuring the new Winter Scene stamp set from this release with which I had created the Christmas greeting cards for this blog.

So Let’s Get Started


For all 3 cards I kept the same cool tone color pallet such as grays, purples and pinks as I was thinking about those snowy nights. So, for the first example I started by stamping the picture frame from the stamp set on a standard size white card panel with a copic friendy black ink. Then, I masked the hills and all around the frame so I could add more images inside the scene. Then I stamped and masked a few trees, so I could do a little bit of ink blending with distress oxide inks for the sky. Once I had all inked up the sky, I removed the mask and I colored the trees with copics trying to match the color that I used for the sky. Last but no least I stamped 2 of the reindeers and I colored them with brown tones copic markers. To finish it up with the stamping and coloring I used a white gel pen to add high lights.


For the layout of the card panel. I started by cutting down the previous card panel that I had with the stamping and coloring to W3.5 X H4.25 then I cut an A2 standard size card panel in Slate Gray color cardstock to adhere them both to a white card base as you can see in the picture above, in the meanwhile. I white heat embossed one of the sentiments on a piece of black cardstock. Once, I was done with that, I decided to add a little bit of interest by adding snow so for that I used textured paste and a stencil. To finish it up I added a few sequins and glitter gloss from the Nuvo Aqua Shimmer on all of the white spaces from the hills and for dimension I also added shimmer to the trees.


For the second example I created a snowy mountain scene. So I started exactly as I did for the first example. Although, this time I stamped and masked the mountains instead of the trees. Then I changed it a little bit by coloring the sky with a mix of Blues, Purples and Pinks copic markers instead of distress oxides inks. Then I used a white gel pen to add white dots creating big and small stars. And just to add shine I also added a few purple jewels and sequins.


I hope you can see how I white glitter heat embossed the hills and the tip of the mountains creating an illusion of sparkly snow. Also how I added a little bit of texture to the moon. Then I white heat embossed another sentiment from the stamp set in a piece of black cardstock. To finish it up I cut down the white card panel to the same size as the previous. But this time before adhering it to the slate gray color cardstock I added a piece of fun foam in between for dimension, then I adhered them both to a white card base.


For the last example I decided to showcase the scene inside of a white embossed frame by using an embossing folder. To begin with for this card, I started for stamping a few stars and the moon from the stamp set then I stamped and masked the mountains and the trees along with the house creating a cozy and warm scene. For the hills I added glitter heat embossing, I colored yellow the starts and moon. I colored with blue greens the trees and last but not least I colored with warm grays the mountains. Then for the sky I did the same as for the previous card. For the embossing of this card panel I started with a regular A2 size white card panel. But before the embossing I started by cutting the center of it. And for that I used a ruler and a X-acto knife ( for this step I kind of eyeballed 1/2 inch from the sides and 3/4 of the inch on top and bottom from the card panel to cut the inside part.)Then I ran the embossing folder in the die cutting machine creating the impression on the white card panel. To finish it up I white heat embossed 2 sentiments in a big piece of black cardstock. And, I adhered the embossed white panel on top of the stamped and colored scene with fun foam then I adhered the backed of it with strong adhesive to a Slate Gray color card base.

Happy Crafting! I’ll be adding down bellow the detailed list of the products that I used to create these cards, for you to easily find from where I purchased all my supplies from.


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All products are personally purchased by me. Except the Winter Scene Stamp Set. I am creating this blog as my participation with Simon Says Stamp Fun and Festive release and with the purpose of sharing how I design my cards. The information provided here is based in my own opinion and creativity. I am not an expert and I only share the way that I design my cards. I am sharing the products mentioned here. Because, I Use and Love them.