Welcome to my blog, Happy Monday. Hope all is well at your end. This is my first blog post, i’m so excited. Many thanks to Ishani (quillish) for inducing me to start a blog for myself and she gave me lots of tips and tricks too about card making which helped me alot.Thanks so much ishu. Also i would like to thank my lovely husband who kickstarted and made it done for me. He is very supportive and encouraging. Thank you all my dear crafty friends for your love and support. It means alot to me. 🙂 😀
Let me show off my cards which I made today.!
I stay at Delhi, India. And the climate is super cool here. (too much of Air- pollution too that’s a big story). So i decided to incorporate a winter scene in my card. My 5 yr old daughter is a die-hard fan of Frozen Queen Elsa. She is so crazy on Elsa’s Power of Freezing. She always pretend to be the character and have had so much fun as every little girl does. No doubt that Snow-man, Olaf is cute. What about snowgies from Frozen Fever?! Omg they are such a tiny mischievous snow-babies Created by Elsa. The more Elsa sneezes, the more Snowgies appear. (If I would have such powers, i don’t think that my sneezes could be that much cute…LOL).
We made some Snowgie dolls too out of white pom-poms and black felt sheet as per my daughter’s demand. And so i would like to incorporate the same into my card.
I hand – drawn two snowgies, one boy flying in the air and the other is girl(differentiated with a flower). Image Ref. from Pinterest. I outlined and shaded my images using Artline Yoodle pens, Staedtler Luna colour pencils. I fussy cut my images and added those into white card base using foam tape for dimension. I used Itsy Bitsy Pigment Inks for creating Grass and Heart shaped cloud. I just sponge Blended the pigment colors to create the scene, for cloud i used masking technique. And then finally i hand-wrote the sentiment. Tada the card is done.
Few More Close-ups along with our handmade snowgies:D
Sorry for the poor quality images and inconvinience as i’m slowly developing my site. Hope you enjoyed reading through our snowgies making process. Thanks for the patience to read through my post. If my card interests you in anyway, please let us know in the comment section. I would like to hear from you. Thank you for stopping by.!
white card stock –270 gsm.,
Artline Yoodle Pens,
Staedtler Luna color pencils,
Itsy Bitsy’s Pigment stamp pads (cyan and grass green)
I would like to enter my card to the following challenges:
CASology where the cue for this week is “Tiny”.
I’m also linking my card to
Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge Where the theme is “snow white”.