Here is a scenic card I made with a combination of die cuts and some stamps. I also used Tim Holtz Distressed Inks and a white gel pen.
I took two panels of white card stock and the one I inked all over with Tim Holtz Chipped Sapphire Distress ink for the sky and the other one I inked up with Tim Holtz Stormy Sky Distressed ink for the snowy part. I let them dry for awhile and then took the heat gun to speed up the process.
I took the Stormy Sky panel and then using a Spellbinder A2 Curved Borders One set cut the wavy line for the snow. I set this aside until I could add the tree which is a die from Die-Namites to which I added some white from a gel pen. This was glued to the sky panel.
Now I was ready to add the snowy line and I adhered the two panels together. I was then ready to cut the scene out with the Memory Box Cross Stitched Frame Borders die. In the sky portion I added a bit of white dots from the gel pen to make the stars. In the snowy bottom I added a deer from Stampscapes. I then added this completed panel to the white base card. My final thing to do was to stamp the PEACE which is also from Stampscapes with the Chipped Sapphire ink. I then took the Memory Box cross stitched smallest die and cut it out and then popped it on the completed card.
I am entering this in the Mod Squad Blog Challenge for this week and the theme is Winter & a Die.
Well, I missed out on any card making yesterday since I was busy freezing carrots from the garden. I have about one third of the crop frozen and from that I got 12 pints. With the big crop of carrots we are getting this year I figured I best spread it out over a few days. That was enough washing, peeling and slicing for me to do in one day. And, then I still had to blanch, cool and bag them. So it was a busy day for me.
I hope the week is going well for you. Thanks for the nice comments and for stopping in to see my projects.