Good morning! How are your holiday preparations going? I finally *sigh* finished Christmas cards Saturday so they’ll be a bit late this year…oops. And today I’m in cookie baking mode! But other than wrapping a few gifts I think I’m ready! But before heading into the kitchen I wanted to share one final Christmas card for the year! And it’s another card featuring the cute Christmas Frost couple from Rabbit Hole Designs!
Today I decided to combine products from a few of my favorite companies to put together my scene! I started by masking off the top of an A2 panel of strathmore bristol cardstock and then I blended hickory smoke and black soot distress oxide ink along the bottom to create my carpet. Then I trimmed a piece of patterned paper from Lawn Fawn to fit the top of my A2 panel to create a wallpaper and adhered them together. Next I used the Ballroom Window die to die-cut a window in my scene. On another piece of paper I blended salty ocean, blueprint sketch, chipped sapphire, and black soot distress oxide ink to create a night sky. I sprayed the panel with water and then splattered it with white gouache and set it aside to dry. Once it was totally dry I adhered it behind my window panel. I also die-cut a window from dark grey cardstock and adhered it on top to give it a little more dimension. Some of the white cardstock peeks through the window along the top but I kinda like it because it looks like snow on the outside of the window!
Next I stamped the adorable tree-decorating couple from Christmas Frost with versafine and heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder. I colored them with copics, again to resemble me and my ever-so-patient husband, and then die-cut them with the coordinating dies. I used foam mounting tape to adhere the tree to my scene and then finished the card with nuvo drops in red berry and a little nuvo crystal glaze for the star and glasses!
If you haven’t checked out the Rabbit Hole Designs I really recommend heading over to see all their fun products!! Thanks for stopping by and have a very Merry Christmas Eve Eve!
Interested in the products I used? To make them easy for you to find, I have listed them below. (Affiliate disclosure can be found here). Your purchases help keep my blog running and I thank you for the support!