Friday, November 24, 2017

Ice Winter - EunJi's Digital Stamp

Hello everyone! 

Today I want to share a card with you I made using one of EunJi's digital stamps which were released in November. It is a digital stamp set with cute animals for some wintery scene. 

Ice Winter 
I printed the critters and colored them with Copic markers, added some accents using glitter pens and a white gel pen and fussy cut them out.

I then white heat embossed a starry background stamp from Hero Arts on Canson Watercolor paper. I watercolored the night sky in payne's gray, purple and yellow. I foam mounted the panel on a white cardbase. The ground for the animals was cut from a brown cardstock. I dabbed Hampton white pigment ink on it using a dauber representing some snow and foam mounted it onto the card. The fussy cut animals enjoying the campfire are added using some foam adhesives as well.  The sentiment is from Folk Art Christmas Tree set from The Ton.  I stamped it in Versafine black ink and clear heat embossed it on a white banner.

As the furry friends are roasting marshmallows I'll enter this card into SimonSaysStamp Wednesday Challenge with the theme:  Food and/or Drink :)!

Thank you so much for looking! 
Wishing you all a restful weekend! 


  1. How cute TaeEun using Eunji's sweet characters, and I adore the starry background you have coloured it all beautifully. x

  2. Am I one bit surprised you do critters just as well as florals? not one bit... what a wonderful starry sky you've given those cuties to gaze upon! Love it, TaeEun!

  3. Your coloring TaeEun is AWESOME! You make this critters come to life!

  4. Oh my goodness !! That background is stunning ! And your coloring absolutely perfect !

  5. Oh my goodness, this is darling! Love your little circle of critters around their campfire! Thank you so much for sharing your work with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge, TaeEun!

  6. You've created such a wonderful scene with those darling critters, TaeEun.


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