Caroling Squad.. How to make snow using texture paste and glitter.
Fun Christmas card using Texture Paste and Simon Hurley products. To see how to make glittery snow click the here or watch below:
I used a cute brick stencil and some Distress Inks to make this fun Christmas card background. I added some detail to the bricks with a gray Copic Marker and a white gel pen.
The snow was fun to make, I used Texture Paste and Clear Rock Candy Glitter to make the snow, snowballs and the snow on the window.
I colored the images with Copic Markers and I die cut the window. I finished with Diamond Stickles and Glossy Accents. Watch the full tutorial to see how it all came together. Thanks so much for stopping by.
Simon Hurley caroling squad stamp set:
Simon Hurley bee sting ink:
Wendi Vecchi mini bricks stencil:
SSS tiny words stamp:
SSS intense black ink:
Mama Elephant let's go caroling stamp:
Essentials by Ellen winter window die:
MFT snow drifts die:
Tim Holtz distress oxide ink:
Scattered straw: http://shrsl.com/1ueva
aged mohagony: http://shrsl.com/1uevc
Tim Holtz distress glitter rock candy:
Tim Holtz distress ink fired brick:
Black glaze pen:
Ranger white gel pen:
Ranger texture paste opaque matte:
Ranger glossy accents:
Ranger diamond stickles:
Ranger mini ink blending tools:
Ranger detail blenders:
Tim Holtz paper trimmer:
Tim Holtz glass media mat:
Spellbinders platinum 6 die cut machine:
Music By: Joe Petty
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