Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Winter Wonderland

I FINALLY have the stamp that is being highlighted at this month's Winnie & Walter ReRun challenge!  It's their Winter Wonderland set, which has a little of everything to make lots of cards for this time of year.  There are 2 stamps in it that haven't been inked yet, so now was my chance!  I have a card and a tag to enter the challenge.   For this first card I inked up the large pine tree and built a simple winter scene with it:

supplies: white and red cardstock, Winter Wonderland set, cottage ivy, Red Royal and tumbled glass distress inks, cardinal die-cuts from Impression Obsession Birch Trees dies, Simon's Falling Snow stencil and modeling paste

Another Christmas card ready to go, nice and flat for mailing!

Now, here's a tag I made using the other previously unstamped stamp in this set, the slice of wood:

supplies: white, wheat and red cardstock, red gingham dp, WinterWonderland set, Wplus9 Hand Lettered Holiday sentiment die, natural twine, dotty red organza ribbon

Thanks for stopping by!


kiwimeskreations said...

What lovely projects Lin - love your use of the wood slice stamp.

Cindy C. said...

Beautiful winter scene Lin!! And I think that wood slice made a great element for your tag!!

Barbara said...

I have this same set and haven't used it much, but I'm thinking I'll need it for some after Christmas thank you cards. Your card is beautiful and the tag is really cute!

Lisa Elton said...

What a lovely winter scene, the cardinals are so pretty!! Love the country look of your tag too!!

Dawn T said...

delightful card and tag Lin

Arlene said...

Love your card and that tag is just darling!

jintyoo7 said...

Beautiful card and tag. The overlaid snow is stunning :-)

Unknown said...

This is so beautiful
Thank you for always encouraging me

Winnie & Walter said...

Goodness both card and tag are delightful, Lin! So glad you had Winter Woodland and stamped up the big tree and wood slice and did so with panache. Thank you so much for joining in on our Rerun Challenge.