Did you get some of the new Flower Harmony or Festive Bells papers yet? When I got them and looked through them a combination of papers for a winter-ish card immediately popped up in my head. And this is what I came up with:
The papers from the Flower Harmony collection are more summer-ish with their flowers. But I used two papers from this collection on my card. It's the blue one in the background. It has a print of small very light blue dots that reminded me of falling snow. And the more turquoise one with the wooden print is perfect for any occasion. I've cut it apart and saved the fowers that are printed to the edges for another card.
The green one with the mistletoe print is probably my favourite from the Festive Bells collection. I am not a fan of the traditional green and red combination for christmas cards - or of this color combo in general. But this paper is so beautiful and I knew I wanted to use it first. Combined with the blue it adds some warmth to my icy-colored card.
I went with this vintage image that is one of my all time favourites for winter. It's been colored in with a combination of Copics and Polychromos, picking up the colors of the papers.
And here you get a look at all the papers I used. They all meet in this corner of the card.
For decorations I added a star shaped tag, some lace, a die cut word, a die cut lamp post, an also die cut circle of snowflakes, some flowers and a few white Enamel dots.
Have a happy day everyone!
And these are the papers I used: