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Hello, crafty friends! 

Today I have a spring card to share with you. 
I love crocus, one of the first flowers after the long winter. As I saw some photos of snow crocus on the internet. I wanted to make the scene into a card. 

Recently I purchased a snow marker, so this was a great apportunity to test it, too.

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The crocuses are from Penny Black. I stamped them using yellow Memento ink on a white CS and colored them with Copic markers. I then added details with Polychromos colored pencils and yellow Stickles on the stamen. The snow-covered hill was made by blending some blue DIs, after I masked off the hill with a torn paper. I cut the outline of some flowers to add snow behind them for 3D look. I blended blue and purple DIs on both sides of the card base and mounted the panel flat on it.
The snow was heated to puffing up. I then added some Stardust Stickles on the snow.
The sentiment is also from Penny Black. And the finishing touch was some clear sequins.

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Thank you for stopping by! 
Have a wonderful weekend! 

Post Author: TaeEun Yoo

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