Good Monday morning! I hope you are enjoying your long weekend as much as I am. My project today was made using the new Impression Obsession Sled, Fir Trees and Ocean Border. I never tire of making scenes with lots of evergreen trees and snowy landscape. I couldn’t resist making one with this precious sled die cut. I cut the sled out of white cardstock and tried my hand at coloring it with my Copic markers. It certainly isn’t perfect but I like it anyway.
I started by cutting the trees, coloring the trunks with a brown Copic and crimping them to add dimension. I used the ocean border dies to create the snowy landscape layers. I used the round edges up and the pointed ocean edges down. I crimped them with my wave crimper. I attached them to the card base and tucked all the trees in behind the layers and attached them with mounting tape.
I colored the sled image, adding some liquid applique to the rim and tail of the hat and heated with my heat gun. I attached the sled to the scene with mounting tape for added dimension. Here’s a closer view.
I think this would be a perfect holiday card for a little boy or girl.
I’m glad you came by and I hope you have a great holiday. I’m making my husband baked beans, potato salad and hotdogs on the grill.
Paper: White, Olive, Tina Wenke Holiday Paper Accessories: Impression Obsession Sled, Fir Trees, Ocean Border, Wave Crimper, Crimper, Liquid Applique, Copic Markers, Glossy Accents, Mounting Tape, Metal Adapter Plate , ATG , Big Shot , Teflon Bone Folder , Guillotine Paper Cutter