Santa in his sleigh

Last night I was playing around with some distress oxides and tried to make a sort of Northern lights sky. I splattered some of the Lawn Fawn liquid stardust to create stars. I had stamped, colored and die cut a lot of images this week, so this card was put together very fast. Santa, three reindeer and his sleigh all fit onto the inked panel. It took a little trial and error to put the reindeer and there reins into the right position. I used white glitter cardstock to make some snowy mountains. I added some glossy accents to the card and glued the panel to a blue glitter panel. I heat emossed the sentiment onto some of that blue glitter paper as well. With my finger I added a little blueprint sketch distress oxide to the sentiment, to make the white letters pop some more. I placed the sentiment at the bottom of the card. I glued the entire thing to a white base and the card was done.

Materials used:
– Lawn Fawn Ho-Ho-Holidays stamps and dies
– Lawn Fawn Everyday Sentiment banners
– Lawn Fawn Stitched mountain borders
– Lawn Fawn liquid stardust
– Distress oxide in blueprint sketch, chipped sapphire, cracked pistachio, peacock feathers, mermaid lagoon
– Make-up brushes for ink blending
– Memento Tuxedo Black ink
– Wow! embossing pad: clear ultra slow drying
– Wow! embossing powder opaque bright white super fine
– Powder tool
– White card stock for base
– Light blue glitter cardstock for banner and behind image panel
– White glitter cardstock for snowy mountains
– Copic Sketch Markers
– Copic multi liner pigment ink 0.3
– Sakura Gelly Roll white gel pen
– Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss
– Ranger glossy accents
– Foam tape
– Liquid glue