Hello! Today I am sharing another winter card featuring the sweet fox and sentiment from Honey Bee Stamps’ Warm Wishes. For the snowfall background, I ink blended the Memory Box Snowy Circle craft die with Hero Arts’ Shadow Mid-tone ink pad in Cornflower Blue. The fox was colored with Copic markers.
This post is also part of my Cards for Little Hearts’ Winter-Theme & Holiday Cards Collection. This collection runs from October 1st – November 1st. Please consider sending in a card or two and help us bring joy and comfort to heart patients this holiday season. For the complete guidelines, please check out Cards for Little Hearts’ website.
Card | Fox Snowy Circle Winter
- (stamps) Honey Bee Stamps Warm Wishes
- (die-cut) Memory Box Snowy Circle
- (cardstock) Neenah Solar White
- (ink pads) Simon Says Stamp Intense Black; Hero Arts’ Shadow Mid-tone Cornflower Blue
- (tools) Ink blending tool, MISTI, Sizzix Big Shot, cutting pads, paper trimmer, metal snipper, craft scissor, acrylic block, bone folder
- (other) Copic markers in (YG03, YG06, YG09, YG23, YR09, Y17, Y38, R11, R30, N2N8, W00), multiliner pen, white pen, foam tape, glue
- Create an A2 size (4-1/4″x5-1/2″) side folded card base using white cardstock.
- Cut out an A2 size (4-1/4″x5-1/2″) flat card layer in white cardstock.
- Create a circle window on the card layer, top-center using the Snowy Circle. Then stamp the sentiment on in the bottom right-hand corner. Adhere the window card layer to the card front with foam tape.
- Ink blend the Snowy Circle negative in Cornflower Blue. Then insert it into the window card layer, attaching it to the card front with foam tape.
- Stamp and color the fox. Stamp the stitched design onto fox’s sweater. Fizzy cut it out and adhere to the window card layer.
Copic markers combo: BG05, BG07, BG23, YG03, YG06, YG09, YG13, YG67, YR09, Y17, Y38, R11, R30, N2, N6, N8, W00, W00
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