Hi there, and welcome to September!
Isn't it crazy how quickly the summer just passed by? We're enjoying a little cooler weather now - though today we are back up at 86 degrees - we'll soon be able to open the windows! The butterflies are slowing down, not that they were very profuse at all this year. However, I started tagging my Monarchs that I have reared this summer and they will be heading to Mexico shortly. I've had many more Black Swallowtails this year, but if I didn't catch them as eggs, I'm afraid they got parasitized as caterpillars. The last four of the chrysalises bore Parasitoid Wasps instead of beautiful butterflies 😢.
My header for September is the last hatched one that dodged the bullet! Mother Nature can be so cruel. It also makes me feel better about bringing in the Monarchs as soon as I see the egg being laid.
So anyway, on to my card for the Christmas Craft Creations design team, where this month we were to asked to create a shaped card.
After fussy cutting the snowglobe I then traced it on to a piece of folded cardstock for the backing of the card and die cut the middle.
The scene was colored in with Stampin' Up pencils. After which I heat embossed the image with Sparkle embossing powder.
Some Nuvo Glitter Accents Fresh Snowfall was added to the tree branches and the ground for a more snowy effect. and that finished up my card for today.
(freebie from magazine)
Versafine Clair Nocturne ink
Stampin’ Up watercolor pencils
Memento ink: Peanut Brittle, Desert Sand
Nuvo Glitter Accents: Fresh Snowfall
Tonic Circle Layering Basics die set
Hope you've enjoyed stopping by today. Check out the work of the other designers over on the Challenge blog for more inspiration and to join in with your "shaped card"!
Till next time, stay safe!