Hello Honey Bee friends! Today I’m sharing my snowy scene card featuring the beautiful Christmas Market Cart Add On Honey Cuts. Except for the sentiment, this 5″ x 7″ card is totally die cut–no coloring required! Read on for the details!
The card base is an A7 card with a layer of the pretty patterned paper from the Winter Wonder paper pad. I die cut two hills with the dies in the Horizon Slimline Borders set. After I trimmed them to fit the width of the card, I used Bee Creative glue to adhere them to the bottom of the scene. I made sure to not add glue to the top edge of the hills so I could tuck in some of my other die cuts.
Next I die cut the Market Cart from white woodgrain cardstock. I used a piece of paper from the Holiday Wishes paper pad to cut the awning die. I die cut some red cardstock with the awning edge die and the wheel die.
Then I chose the elements from the Christmas Market Cart Add On I wanted for my scene. I used white, red, green, brown, and silver metallic cardstock for these pieces. (This Holiday and Winter Cardstock Collection has all the colors I needed.) I die cut two light strings from green cardstock and one from brown, along with additional greenery pieces. Since this was my first time to use this set, I referred to the layering guide that you will find in the product description.
The bulbs for the strings of lights are white cardstock. To easily get a solid covering of glue to adhere the iridescent chunky glitter, I squirted a dollop of glue onto my craft mat. Then I added just a bit of water to thin it out and painted the glue onto each light before adding the glitter. This is super easy!! Just don’t forget to rinse out your paintbrush! Haha!
Before I assembled anything more, I added white splatters to all of the green pieces and the market cart too. This created a more cohesive look with the snowy patterned paper. I used a white gel pen to add details to the red mug. The snowflake and stripes on the white mug were added with a red pen and a pencil.
To finish, I cut the strings of lights to fit onto the pine trees and glue them to two of the trees. Then I added one large red pearl from the Holiday Wishes Pearl Stickers to the center of the wheel. Next I added lots red crystal drops for ornaments on the trees and berries on the greenery. I stamped a sentiment from the Heart Be Light set in black ink, then cut it out with the coordinating die. It’s popped up on the card with foam strips.
I really enjoyed making this festive and snowy Christmas card! I hope you have enjoyed it too! Have a wonderful and crafty day!