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Funky Fossil - Into the Winter Wonderland

Hi Everyone,

Funky Fossil Designs came out with new stencils and I wanted to show you one of the new ones, because I think it is perfect for making quick Christmas cards. By now most of us I guess are scrambling to get all those cards done.......



That is the new stencil:
In To The Wild

 It is called Into the Wild
As you see, I used it repeatedly, sponging with grey distress oxide ink. The last row I heat embossed in white - it takes a little time for the distress oxide ink to dry, so the embossing powder sticks to the last row. I also didn't mind that it stuck little bits to the other trees, as I wanted a snow dusted appearance. Added embossed water splatters. The sentiment is from the set Festive Penguins. The die cut Santa is one of my favorites from Dixie Crafts. He makes an appearance every year!



Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:

Uniko challenge - Christmas Tree

The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge


Comments

Dotty Jo said…
Wow, Cornelia, what a fabulous card! I love how you've used just part of the stencil and carefully layered it to create the forest. You little Santa looks great too. Thanks for playing at The Christmas Kickstart again, Jo x
A great design with that cool forest you created with the stencil.
papierelle said…
Wow, wieder einmal eine mega tolle Weihnachtskarte und wieder gefällt mir ganz besonders Deine Hintergrundgestaltung!!
LG Gundi
Jane said…
Wonderful card, so atmospheric! Thanks for playing at Uniko, hope to see you join in with future challenges too.
Nora Noll said…
This is adorable!! I LOVE that fun stenciled background!!
Jackie C said…
This has come together beautifully! Great project! Fabulous that you have shared this with us here at The Holly & The Ivy. Good luck hun and do come back again!
Jackie DT @ TH&TI
Anita in France said…
You created such a frosty looking, magical background for your tiptoe-ing Santa, Cornelia ... love that touch of silver thread! Hugs, Anita :)
Julie B said…
Fab card Cornelia, love the forest you've created with that fab stencil.
Thanks for sharing with us at Uniko. :)
BożenA said…
WOW! Another amazing card, Cornelia. I love how you used stencil. Your forest looks stunning
hugs,
BozenA
Linda said…
WOW! This looks fab .....I love how you've used the stencil. All the best for 2020 and Thank You for playing along with the Uniko Challenge xx

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