Handmade Cards, Hello Bluebird DT

Silver White Winters

My card today features the Hello Bluebird Tall Trees slimline standalone die, which I didn’t get a chance to use when it was released late last year. I’ve teamed it with the wonderful Feed the Birds stamp set.

I die cut a white card panel with the Tall Trees slimline die. I also die cut a piece of white woodgrain card with the same die.

On my slimline card base (8.5 x 3.5 inches), I blended on the following distress oxides: shaded lilac, tattered rose, antique linen and tumbled glass. I love this combo for a wintry sky.

I layered two of the white die cut frames together onto my card base. I then added some weathered wood distress oxide ink to the woodgrain die cut trees, before adhering them onto the card too.

On one of the snow banks, I added a small amount of shaded lilac distress oxide ink. On the bottom snow bank, I stamped a sentiment from the Hello Bluebird Feed the Birds stamp set, then adhered them onto my card.

I stamped images from the Feed the Birds stamp set and coloured them with copic markers. I die cut them with the coordinating dies, adding extra die cut layers behind for dimension. I added them to my card to finish these wintry scene.

There is plenty of space at the top of the card for a die cut sentiment. I’ll keep the space free until I want to send the card, so I can add something appropriate for the recipient.


Supplies


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Feed the Birds coordinating dies
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Tall Trees scene die
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Disclaimer: Hello Bluebird products kindly provided to me as part of my design team work. All opinions expressed are my own.

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