Christmas Across the Miles

Today’s card was inspired by the November Paper Pumpkin kit I received from Stampin’ Up!®. As soon as I saw the laser cut elements, I was reminded of the Sleigh Ride Edgelits I purchased from the holiday catalog last year. I never really used them because I purchased them just before the end of the year after I had already made my holiday cards. Even though they’re now retired, I pulled them out of my stash and decided to put them to use on some of my cards this year.

Mel's Card Corner | Christmas Across the Miles

I started this card by creating a watercolor wash background using Night of Navy and Rich Razzleberry inks. After it was dry, I trimmed it down then die cut the background to simulate falling snow. I adhered a layer of white cardstock behind the watercolor panel using a Quickie glue pen then matted it with some Night of Navy cardstock.

Next, I die cut the little row of houses using of the dies in the Sleigh Ride Edgelits set from some white cardstock. I stamped the sentiment using Night of Navy ink then adhered it to the watercolor panel using some foam tape to give it a bit of dimension. I finished the card by mounting the matted watercolor panel to a heavyweight white card base.

Mel's Card Corner | Christmas Across the Miles

I’m entering this card in the following challenges:

Until next time …

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18 comments

  1. Kylie says:

    Hi Melissa. I love how you created your snow effect. Very cool! This card is just perfect, I love it! Thanks so much for playing along in my 12 Days of Christmas Challenge xx

  2. Joanne James says:

    Love that die cut background and gorgeous watercoloured sky Melissa – perfect to highlight the crisp white falling snow. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

  3. Deborah Frings says:

    This is a super card! I love the snowy Christmas landscape you’ve created. Nicely done! Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this month! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Hugs, Deborah, DT.

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