Friday 20 December 2019

Winter Trees

Hi everybody.  This one layer card uses the Impression Obsession stamp Birds on Trees which I have adapted to give it the winter feel by adding some snow on the branches and also some falling snow using a white gel pen.  I used some Distress Inks blended using a blending tool which were a small amount of Salty Ocean in the sky and some Black Soot around the edges, and also added some Ripe Persimmon around the sun which was done with Adirondack Sunshine Yellow.  

Thank you for visiting my blog today and I'll see you again soon.

I am entering the following challenges:

Stamping Sensations - Anything Goes.
Artistic Stamper - Christmas is Coming.
Uniko Challenge - No. 56 Christmas.


Liz said...

Beautiful card, Pat. The added snow gives it a lovely wintery look. xx

Christine Alexander said...

Pat what a beautiful Christmas scene with those birds in the bush.
Merry Christmas Pat :)

Kathyk said...

Your card rocks, Pat, with just the right amount of background colour too

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family and followers


Marlies said...

A beautiful elegant Christmas card. It has a wonderful cold and frosty feeling. Thanks for joining our challenge at Stamping Sensations. Marlies

brenda said...

A very striking Winter creation Pat, thanks so much for sharing and joining us at Stamping Sensations December challenge.

Wishing you a Peaceful Christmas Season and my thanks for your support of our challenge this year.

B x

Sandma's Handmade Cards said...

A lovely card Pat and that's a great stamp to use if you have a few cards to make. I like the addition of the snow x

Viv said...

Fab background Pat and your card has a lovely winters morning feel about it. Love it.
Happy Christmas. x

Mac Mable said...

What an atmospheric effect and an eye catching card. The blending looks fabulous x. I am playing catch up, after being away and I have so enjoyed reading your blog posts and being hugely always x.

Karen Dunbrook said...

another lovely card...great how the sun just peeks out behind.
x Karen