It looks like it’s perfect timing for some more winter greeting cards! With some parts of our country getting lots of snow, I thought it would be appropriate to create a snowy winter scene, broken up with some refreshing green and a few pops of red.
The Scene Elements
- Use white cardstock to cut the deer, snow layers and card base.
- Cut the tree in oval and greenery using green cardstock and the cardinals using red cardstock
- Use the tree in oval die as a template to draw a cutting line on the snow layer and hand cut to fit over the front of the oval frame.
- Use the birch tree embossing folder to emboss the card base.
- Stamp the falling snow on the embossed card base, tree in oval, snow layer , greenery and deer using the Splatter Background and white pigment ink.
- Sprinkle all the parts with white embossing powder and heat with the heat gun.
- Color the beaks of the cardinals using a black marker.
Assemble the Scene
- Attach the birch tree embossed layer to the card base using ATG adhesive.
- Apply small strips of mounting tape around the back of the oval frame and tree and attach to the embossed card base.
- Add strips of mounting tape to the back of the snow layer and attach it to the front of the frame.
- Use a strip of mounting tape to attach the deer to the card base.
- Tuck pieces of greenery in behind the snow layer and attach using glossy accents.
- Finish by attaching small pieces of mounting tape to the back of the cardinals and attach to the card base, tree and snow layer.
Watch the forecast so you can send out some winter greeting cards to those people you know who are getting buried in snow – Winter birthdays, get well wishes, thinking of you, etc. Check out this Pinterest link for more winter greeting card inspiration. Thank you for coming by and I hope you have a great day.
Rubbernecker stamp and dies used for this project.
Tools and supplies.
Winter greeting cards are fun to make.