Snowy Night and Snow Covered Tree Tutorial

Good Tuesday morning.  I have another snowy cottage scene to share with you today and this time it was made with Tina Wenke’s Holiday Card Making Paper.

The house and trees were cut from designer paper and the roof and snowy ground was cut from white cardstock.  The sky background is another of the wonderful coordinating papers in the pack.  I thought it was so pretty for night snow scene.

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I attached all the pieces together and mounted to the card base.  I applied glossy accents all over the roof and trees and applied flower soft on everything.  I love the softness of the snow of the roof.

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I have had several people ask me for a step by step tutorial on how I put the tree sections together with mounting tape. I think these are pretty self explanatory and will help.


I put a small piece of mounting tape on the top of the section.


Attach the sections together to build the tree.


Once the tree is together turn it over.


Apply a strip of mounting tape to the back of the tree so it will stand out a little from the card base for added dimension.

Thanks for stopping by today. If you haven’t seen my anniversary blog candy post be sure and stop by for a chance to win a nice prize package and to help me celebrate.

   DeeDee DeeFlower Soft, Polar White   Fiskars Paper Crimper, WaveAccents, Glossy High Tack Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape, 1/2ATG Kit, Advanced Tape GliderSizzix Big Shot Machine, Black & PinkIce Stickles, Yellow


Paper:  Tina Wenke Holiday Card Making Paper, White    Accessories:  Dee’s Distinctively Dies Small Winter Cottage, Large Snow Covered Tree, Small Snow Covered Tree, Polar White Flower Soft, Mounting Tape, Glossy Accents, Wave Crimper, Yellow Stickles, ATG, Big Shot

12 thoughts on “Snowy Night and Snow Covered Tree Tutorial”

  1. Kittie, thank you so very much for the tutorial/pictures on how you do the mounting tape…. You truly are my hero…. And thank you for sharing your sensational creativity. And again, I love this card….I don’t think I’ve seen white flower soft… Ellen, here I come…..LOL.. Thank you again

  2. good morning, Kittie, love this snow scene, and thanks so much for tutorial. A welcome scene for a snowy day.
    Have a good day….thanks for sharing.

  3. I love your cards Kittie, they are always so inspirational, and make me want to sit down and make something…Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful talent..

  4. Amazing I loved your way of creating things like I do.
    I haev your site in my Favorite things!!
    Keep up the wonderful work.


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