Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Simon Says: Let's Get Ready for Christmas!

Happy Wednesday crafty friends that means it's time for a new Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

This week Simon Says: Let's Get Ready for Christmas! The design team is featuring Clearly Besotted products, it isn't a requirement to use them but if you have them we would love to see them!

Come join in on the fun, you have the chance of winning a $50 gift card to the fantastic Simon Says Stamp store!

I had such fun making this scene with masking!  I started by stamping my trees in the middle of the panel and cutting a mask out to then stamp my mountains (both border stamps are from the Clearly Besotted Scene It stamp set).  I then stamped my mice from the Clearly Besotted On Thin Ice stamp set.

I colored all of my elements with Copic markers including the sky in my B2 family of markers. I used Cool Greys for the mountains and added glitter to the mountain tops. I used the YG6 family for my trees.

I used some PostIt tape to mark my "ice line" and used a light touch of Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink. I then colored in my mice with the Warm Greys and a mix of my "R" family for the red and some "G" family for the greens.

Once my scene was complete I added my Snow Marker and heated it with my heat tool and added white dot detail for my falling snow and some fun pompoms from my stash on their hats!

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  1. oh my goodness Kim!!! I only just realised that the scene is all on one layer!! It really looks 3D!! Fabulous colouring and masking!! the whole design of this is GORGEOUS!!!

    hope you have a great week!
    Lols x x x

  2. Oh this card is so fabulous with many fun details to look at! Love how created winter scene, Kim. The dark blue sky is too beautiful! Theme, colors and cuteness are all combined nicely as always:)


  3. Such a super cute card with a merry scene!!

  4. Such an amazing card Kim! I have this stamp set and now I am wondering why didn't I use it. You did such a gorgeous job! :)