Hello creative friends welcome back to the Elizabeth Crafts Blog, it is Karan Gerber here to share a holiday card with you. Although it seems a bit early to be sharing Holiday cards, my desk is full of Christmas Projects at the moment so i wanted to get a jump start on a few more.
Using Planner Essentials 47 to cut out the tree, i cut it out 6 times, just trimming off the tree and i layered them all in the circles. I then cut the deer on a coordinating paper from the collection i was using.
I used the stitched circles to create a winter scene, starting with the smaller circle on the inside layer, then the larger circle on the outside layer. Using foam adhesive to pop the layers to allow me to create this lovely winter scene
The florals 12, i used and cut out on Foamiran which is a light felt paper, i shaped and added stamens, paint , then a bit of snow paste and finally glitter to the centers. They turned out so beautiful, that i know i will be doing this technique again and again.
I love how this winter scene turned out, and what a great way to get a jumpstart on my Holiday Cards. I hope you dig into your planner essentials and see which ones will work for your holiday cards
Beautiful. Do you have a video on this card?
Hi Lynn, no i am sorry, i do not have a video on how to create the card.
Stunning! And when you see a group of deers in the wild…it takes your breath away! Just as your card did for me! Thank you for sharing!
Could you please name the snow paste n foam or source from the shop you purchased the foam paper? ❤️
Hi Nancy, sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you, i use the Snow writer paste from Deco Art. I dab it on with a small brush, then sprinkle glitter on top.
Wonderful card! Thanks for the inspirations.
HI DI DI, i am so glad you like it, thank you for dropping by.
Just overwhelmingly beautiful!
Hi Arlene, I am so glad you like it, thank you for dropping by.
What an amazingly beautiful card. Thank you for sharing and for the inspiration. Well done.
Hi Majorie, I am so glad you like it, thank you for dropping by.