Winter & Hearts

Anything Goes Winter

A week ago I was playing around and I die cut this white tree from Penny Black. In the end I didn’t use it, but when using a teal piece of CS for something else the tree ended up on top of it and I realized that it looked perfect for a wintery card. I also liked the stark white on the teal. The idea stayed in my mind, but I didn’t have time to do anything more until yesterday afternoon. Once I saw the February Anything goes mood board I decided to go ahead with the card and use some tiny red hearts to liven it up. These came from another die that had fallout hearts. I added them as you see and put a small amount of glitter on them. I used 2 different reds so there are some tone differences. When gluing the tree I only did a few sections and lifted up some of the branches to give some dimension. The birds come from a Birds & Blossoms set by Theresa Momber (GKD) and these were stamped in white. I added some white glaze on top, but they looked patchy and the camera is merciless, so I used a few red glitter dots to cover up the patchy bits. The grounding for the tree was done by hand with a white pen. I didn’t add a sentiment yet, and may only do so for the inside when I decide to give it to someone. I like having a choice as to how to use the card as it would work for Valentine’s Day, a love you theme or even a sympathy card.

16 thoughts on “Winter & Hearts

  1. Gorgeous! The white tree with the added hearts on that teal cardstock is so pretty. I find myself leaving off the front sentiment too unless it’s just a “Hello” or “Thinking of You”. I don’t believe you need a sentiment on this card front though either.

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    1. Isn’t it great when an accidental happening gives a new idea for a card? I really liked how the white on the teal looked. Thanks for commenting.


  2. It’s always so fun when we get ideas from things that just happen. This is a wonderful card. You are absolutely right about those colors being perfect for a winter card.


  3. Such a lovely card. Thanks for sharing it with us at The Four Seasons Challenge Blog. We do hope that you will join us again soon. We appreciate having your participation and seeing your wonderful art. Sadly, nobody can see your replies to the comments we (and you) leave here on your blog; nor do we get notified of them. If you’d like to reach me or comment, I welcome you to visit my blog:
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