Today I’m sharing a snowy park bench card with an evergreen tree and falling snow background.  This bench card is quite different than the black and white bench card I shared yesterday.   I used the Rubbernecker Stamps Park Bench, Deckle Hills, Greenery #1, Cardinals, 3 Pine Trees and Splatter Background to create this scene. 

Come see how I made this snowy park bench card.

The Snowy Tree Background

  • Stamp the front row of trees using Versafine Clair Shady Lane ink.  Note:  I am in love with the Versafine Clair inks.  They provide a crisp stamped image every time.
  • Create the second tree row by stamping off the image once on scrap paper before stamping on the scene base.  Repeat this step to complete the second row.
  • Heat dry the ink on the whole scene base with the heat gun to prepare for stamping the falling snow to avoid having embossing powder sticking to it.
  • Apply white pigment ink to the Splatter Background and stamp it on the scene.
  • Sprinkle white embossing powder over the scene, shake off excess and heat using the heat gun.  Note:  Sometimes it’s necessary to turn the card base face down and strike a few times on the back to remove excess powder.

The Die Cut Images

  • Use black cardstock to cut the bench.
  • Stamp the bench post with the Splatter Background and emboss with white embossing powder.
  • Use white cardstock to cut the deckle hills.
  • Cut the cardinals using red cardstock and color their beaks using a black marker.

Come see how I made this pretty snowy park bench card.

Assemble the Park Bench Card

  • Apply double stick tape to the back snow layer and attach it to the card base.
  • Use a strip of mounting tape to attach the front layer of snow to the card base.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the park bench, tuck it in behind the snow layer and attach to the card base.
  • Attach a few evergreen branches, red berries and red paper bow to the bench using glossy accents.
  • Use white Nuvo Crystal Drops to apply snow to the top rail and seat of the bench.
  • Finish the scene by attaching the three cardinals using small pieces of mounting tape.

Come see how I made this lovely snowy park bench card.

Here are the stamps and dies used to make my card.

 
5221D Park Bench Die
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5173-02D Deckle Hills Die Cut
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Greenery #1 Die Cut 5162-09D
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5217-02D Cardinals Die
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3 Pine Tree Set – 689690694SO
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1231 Splatter Background
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Here are the tools and supplies.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
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Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
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Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
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Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Heavyweight,…
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VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Shady Lane
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Unicorn White, Hero Arts Pigment Ink Pad
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Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder,…
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Clear Acrylic Block 4.78″ X 6.125″…
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Clear Acrylic Block 3.25″ X 4.25″…
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Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops, Gloss White
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Fiskars 1/16 Inch Hand Punch, Circle
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Fiskars Recycled 12-Inch Bypass…
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Embossing Gun (Wagner), Hero Arts
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Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
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Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
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MISTI Laser Etched Stamping Tool…
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Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
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12mm (1/2″), Be Creative Tape
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ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
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Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
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I hope you have enjoyed seeing my snowy park bench card.   I have created several cards recently with the snowy pine tree background and I love the nature feel.  Check out my Lamp Post Christmas Card, Snowy Christmas Card and Whimsical Christmas Card if you would like to see more examples of this type of background.  Check out this Pinterest link for more snowy park bench inspiration.  Thank you for coming by and I hope you have a wonderful day.