Happy new week friends! It’s Keiko from Happy Tree Studio and I have this snowy forest scene card with Santa bear and his trusty reindeer to share with you! This is 5″ x 7″ card with all the fun layers to add some depth and dimension to the scene.
Woodland Winter Animals (stamp and die): Bear and his Santa hat, Reindeer, and Christmas lights
Santa’s Village (stamp and die): Sleigh and sentiment
Birch A2 Layering Coverplate dies (Base and Top): Birch trees
Horizon Slimline Borders die: Snowy hills
A7 Double Stitched Frames die: White frame with stitching
Gingerbread House Add On (stamp): Pattern on the sleigh
<How To: Layer by Layer>
Here are the layer by layer instruction of what I did (from the bottom layer).
① 5″ x 7″ white card stock
② Die cut birch trees (I die cut gray card stock with the Base die. Since they are sized for A2 card, I die cut some extra to fill the entire space)
③ Snowy hill (To fill the bottom of the A2 sized trees, I die cut a hill from white card stock and lightly blended blue ink)
④ 5″ x 7″ velum (I gold heat embossed the sentiment and added falling snow with my white gel pen. Also, I added some colors for the Christmas lights on the BACK of this velum with same Copic markers I used to color the lights)
⑤ Another layer of birch trees cut from white card stock (I used the Top die. Because I didn’t want the trees to cover the sentiment, I cut the die cuts into two, added some texture with Copics, adhered the stamped and colored Christmas lights, and then cover the back with foam tapes)
⑥ Another snowy hill (slightly lower than the one on the back)
⑦ Stamped and colored images (I stamped them with light gray ink and colored them with Copics. I gold heat embossed the pattern on the sleigh and Santa bear’s glasses)
⑧ White frame with stitching
Well. that’s it for today! Thank you so much for stopping by today.
Have a wonderful week!!