Snowy Pine Tree Village

Good Wednesday morning.  I have a simple (blurry) snowy pine tree village to share with you today.  I had the hardest time taking these  pictures.  I just knew there was something wrong with my camera because they looked so blurry.  I took several sets and when trying to edit them I just couldn’t get them any better. After thinking my camera settings were all goofed up I finally tried taking a picture of another card and it came out perfectly crisp.  I guess all the little houses against the white and dark just didn’t want to cooperate for me.  So….blurred pictures is all I have to share. 

I started by cutting a couple each of the Pine Tree Border and Country Landscape.  I colored the trees and houses with distress markers

KC Poppy Stamps Pine Tree Border 1 right

I wavy crimped and created a little neighborhood by cutting houses and trees off of one of the die cuts and arranging them on the hillside of the second cut. I layered the neighborhood over the the wavy crimped pine tree border and finished by adding a third and final snow layer.

KC Poppy Stamps Pine Tree Border 1 center

I finished by adding the snowflake corners and frosty border for a little snowflake softness and dimension and a touch of yellow stickles to the windows.

KC Poppy Stamps Pine Tree Border 1 left

I hope you have a great day and I appreciate you looking in.

Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, White  Accessories:  Poppy Stamps Pine Tree Border, Memory Box Country Landscape, Snowflake Corner, Frosty Border, Fiskars Wavy Crimper, Distress Markers, Glossy Accents, Mounting Tape, Yellow Stickles 


Poppystamps Dies, Pine Tree Border   Memory Box Dies, Snowflake CornerMemory Box Dies, Frosty BorderMemory Box Dies, Country LandscapeAccents, Glossy Sizzix Big Shot Machine, Black & PinkATG Kit, Advanced Tape GliderStickles, YellowHigh Tack Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape, 1/2 Fiskars Wavy Paper CrimperDistress Marker Full Set In Tube

15 thoughts on “Snowy Pine Tree Village”

  1. Once again kittie you come up trumps and show us how to best use those dies we ke3ep buying and then wonder what to do with them, thank you for your fabby inspiration, your greta

  2. Hi Kitty, I just recently discovered your blog, and I have spent way too much time here…LOL! It’s beautiful and you are so creative! You have inspired me to get back into making cards again. I’ve added you to my blog list so I won’t miss a single post!! 🙂
    Terri D.

  3. Good Evening Kittie, I am late today. Boy! this is such an exciting card. All the snow flurries, an the beautiful scene of houses. You amaze me of how you use the dies in such creative ways. I really love it…..hugs an smiles


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