My project today is a snowy pine tree card made using one of the trees from the Rubbernecker Stamps 3 Pine Tree Set. Are you in shock that I have no die cuts on this project? LOL! This is one of my all time favorite evergreen tree stamps and I I love using it with some form of snow. The tree is large and is perfect to use as a single focal image on a clean and simple card.
- Stamp the tree using Versafine Clair Acorn ink and heat set with your heat gun.
- Use a mini applicator to apply a light shade of Shabby Shutters ink to the branch sections of the tree.
- Apply a darker shade of green to the branches using a mini applicator and Peeled Paint.
- Apply Vintage Photo ink to the trunk sections of the tree using a mini applicator.
- Heat set the inks with your heat gun.
- Use an ink blending tool to apply Tumbled Glass ink to shade around the tree.
- Use a pointed tipped spatula to apply white embossing paste to the branches and to the ground area around the tree trunk.
- Sprinkle the embossing paste with clear glitter and shake off excess.
Finish the Card
- Cut the aqua layer to fit behind the tree layer and attach together using ATG adhesive.
- Cut an aqua layer to fit across the card base, crimp to add dimension and attach to the card base using ATG adhesive.
- Apply strips of mounting tape to the back of the tree layer and attach to the card base.
This snowy pine tree card was fast and easy to make. It would be a perfect holiday card to mass produce with a sentiment inside. The whole card front start to finish only took about 20 minutes. You can check out my Winter Snow Scene Tutorial if you would like to see how I used this tree and applying snow using white craft ink and white embossing powder. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a good day.