Winter Tree Scenes

Good Friday morning.  The weekend is almost here and I am looking forward to a couple days off work.

I have two winter scenes to share with you today using my favorite evergreen trees.  The first is done with one of the trees from the Rubbernecker 3 Tree set and the largest tree from the Kittie Kits The Moose is Loose set.  They are the same tree image in both sets but are in different sizes.

KC Tree Set 2 right

I stamped the tree line on white cardstock and then embossed with the dotted folder. I die cut the trees from the Cottage Cutz set and stamped them with the tree image to add the same texture as the background.

KC Tree Set 2 center

I cut two snow ground layers, crimped with the wavy crimper, attached to the scene with mounting tape and then attached the trees. I love the realistic dimension the die cut trees add and perfectly their shape matches the stamped image.

KC Tree Set 2 left

The moonlight scene uses all three sizes of tree from The Moose is Loose set. The scene was created on white cardstock with Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink.

KC The Moose is Loose 30 center

I love creating this cold winter moonlight scene and applying the shadows to the base of the trees.  Check out my Winter Moonlight Snow Scene tutorial if you would like to see step by step photos of how I make this scene.

KC The Moose is Loose 30 left

I appreciate you stopping by today.  Have a great weekend.

3 Pine Tree SetScene #2 Moose

Ink Blending Tool Fiskars Wavy Paper Crimper - Great for Scrapbooking

Stamps: Rubbernecker 3 Tree Set
Paper: White, Old Olive
Ink: Peeled Paint
Accessories: Cuttlebug Dotted Folder,
Cottage Cutz Rustic Sign and Tree Set, Mounting Tape, Wavy Crimper

Stamps: Rubbernecker Kittie Kits The Moose is Loose
Paper: Night of Navy, white
Distress Ink  Chipped Sapphire
Accessories: Hand Cut Mask and Circle Punch Mask,
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11 thoughts on “Winter Tree Scenes”

  1. Good Morning, Kittie, love you snow scene. and those trees look so real you can smell the pine. Need the cool winter scene in this hot, hot, summer. Getting started on Christmas cards, good idea….have a good day.

  2. Wow, those trees are so realistic! How did you get the great coloration on the green trees in the first scene? What inks did you use.


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