I stamped the truck image twice on scrap watercolor paper, painted and cut out. I cut the wheels off the top layer of the truck and layered it over the wheels of the second layer to give dimension. I cut a slit along the top bed of the truck and inserted three cut Christmas trees. I painted white craft ink around on the truck to create the look of built up snow and embossed with white embossing powder. I inked the tree image and spritzed with water before stamping on watercolor paper. I repeated this step all the way across the main layer to create the forest of Christmas trees. I sponged in the sky using a hand cut scalloped cloud template to create the sky and sponged in brown on the ground area. I finished the main layer by painting white craft ink around the base of the trees and along the roadside. I attached the truck to the scene with rolled up glue dots and then applied Glossy Accents around the ground area and on the truck and applied Polar White Flower Soft for the appearance of soft snow. Here a couple other views. Click on the photos if you would like a closer view.
Stamps: Rubbernecker Old Truck and 3 Pine Trees.
Paper: Holiday Mat Pack, Old Olive, Real Red, Watercolor
Ink: Black Brilliance, Fired Brick, Aged Mahogany, Pumice Stone, Peeled Paint, Vintage Photo, Stormy Sky, White Craft
Accessories: Flower Soft, Embossing Powder, Brush, Sponge, Hand Cut Scalloped Cloud Template (thank you Mother Mark-the originator)