This little scenic card was inspired by Sandy’s white inked moon backdrop from the bonus lesson this past weekend at OnlineCardClasses.
I punched the moon out of a scrap piece of cardstock with a circle punch and inked the background with some Brilliance “Moonlight White” pigment ink. Although it’s difficult to see in the photo, I did add some dark spots and texture to my moon like Sandy did with a Q-tip. Then I stamped my sentiment (from the “Merry Trees” set from Simon Says Stamp) in Versamark ink and dotted the background with my Versamark pen to make stars (or snow). All of these were heat embossed with pearl embossing powder for a subtle look.
The old city skyline was cut on my Cameo after fiddling quite a bit with this design from the Silhouette Online Store. I created the yellow backdrop for the city by using the Internal Offset Tool so that it wouldn’t peek out from behind the buildings. Lastly, I designed the sleigh silhouette myself in the Studio software and you can download it below for any holiday projects you might want it for! Santa’s harness was made from a bit of tinsel that I pulled out of some silver metallic twine and wrapped around each of their little necks.
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Thanks for having a look today!
Link to free cut file – Santa&Sleigh