Hello friends, I am back with my last card for the MFT card deisgn superstar 2019 contest for Innovative Master category...
This is going to be a super photo heavy blog post because I want to show you guys this card from all possible angles.
I have used a few MFT Birdie Brown stamps, "Polar Bear Pals", "Beast Friends" and "Ready Set Snow". All these images are colored using Copics after stamping it with Tuxedo black ink on Crafters Compaion ultra smooth white cardstock, then I cut out all the images using scissor.
The little mountains behind the pop-up snow mountain is a die-cut from "Mountain High" die-namics. The two mountains for the pop-up part is hand cut and the whole pop-up mechanism is handmade since I don't have a die for the same.
For the snowy sky background I used Distress inks in Black Soot, Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Chipped Sapphire and Antique Linen. Once I blended the background, I splattered some white acrylic ink for the snow and let it dry before adhering it to the card base.
The floating card base is created by following Rachel Alvarado's tutorial, she has mentioned all the details n her blog. I adhered the floating card base and before that I marked and cut a hole for the L-shaped tabs and then I adhered the pop-up part of the card. I added shadows below all the images with my copics.
It was so relaxing to create the whole scene and to see the card come to life.
Look at all the cute houses and all those trees..
There is even houses and trees behind the big bear.
The card front is pretty simple, I used one of the skating Polar bear from "Polar Bear Pals" stamp set (love the cute expression on his face). I did some ink blending on a white card panel using the same colors that used for the inside of the card, splattered some white acrylic paint for snowy effect. Once dry I adhered the cute bear directly to the panel and the sentiment is a Merry Christmas die-namics.
Here is another look at the whole card and love all the dimension.
It was fun creating this card, I hope you too enjoyed it!!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!
Stopping by your blog, Chitra, to tell you again how beautiful your card is! Best wishes in the competition!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Rachel and also a big thanks for your tutorial,that helped me a lot...Delete