Meet Dazzle M Nightly
Just one of the adorable snowmen in the Sweet November Digital Stamp Collection!
These fun digital images are just so darn cute I can't stop creating with them...
Plus I just happen to love snowmen, so chances are you will end up seeing a few more in this cute collection of snowmen before the season is over. It won't all be about snow though, I have a happy medium of projects planned out since we still have many other occasions this time of year other than just Christmas.
There wasn't a lot of coloring to this card - just the big Christmas tree in the room..lol and the little houses in the background which have snow covered roofs in my scene, so that left very little coloring there either.
Those cute little Christmas lights had an array of typical Christmas light colors and of course the snowman's hat was a traditional trappers hat in red and black checks. Dazzle M Nightly needed just a little shading to make his snowy body stand out just a little. Just a few flicks of color were added to highlight the snow in different areas of the scene. That was really it.
I added a little sparkle to the snow using Wink of Stella which of course is hard to see in the picture. The overall card front has a nice healthy dose of splattered snow using acrylic white paint mixed with a tiny bit of water and splattered on with a small paint brush.
Perfect effect for this fun, snowy scene.
It was a little plain compared to the blended backgrounds that I normally like to do on a card front, however I really liked it!!
The sentiment reads "Hope your Season is Shiny and Bright" which is also a digital sentiment from Sweet November Digital Collection.
If you would like to check out that collection you can can do that here:
**Just a quick disclaimer - I am not affiliated with Sweet November Stamps. They do not pay me to create with these images. I simply love the images, the ease of using the digital images and I like to share this process with all of you in the spirit of creating at a lower cost.
I hope you have enjoyed this card and that it has left you with some creative inspiration...
If you have any questions about using digital images you can look back at this post, or you can email me with your questions.
Other than that... Happy Crafting!!