Be Merry & Bright Three Gnomes Cards

 Hey Procraftinators! Time for our second Woodware Gnome card. I hope you are prepared for this, because I'm telling you, I have several of these guys this season.

This one is using the Three Gnomes set. I Copic colored them, but I wasn't planning on sharing these cards publicly, so I did not take note of what combinations I used. Sorry, about that.

I ink blended the backgrounds. The one on the left is a combination you will see a lot this holiday season. I used broken china, peacock feathers and cracked pistachio. The one on the right, I believe I used picked raspberry, dusty concord and villainous potion, but don't hold me to that! haha! For the stars in the backgrounds, I used Gina K Designs Glitz Glitter Gel in Iridescent through a Fairy Hugs stencil called Galaxy. I masked off only the parts of the stencil I wanted to use with post it tape before placing the stencil and then put the glitter gel through it.

For the moons, I used the Layered Moon Stencil from Spellbinders. You will be seeing that one a lot this holiday season, as well. For these moons, I used Pumice Stone Distress Ink. After ink blending, I used a nesting circle die to cut the moons out. The sleigh and reindeer image is from a Gina K Designs Stamp set called Dashing and I cut it out on my Scan N Cut. I also cut the Three Gnomes out on my Scan N Cut, as well.

For the snow bank, I used a Trinity Stamps hill die from the Slimline Series: Scenic Borders set to cut that out. Then, I stamped my sentiment on it with VersaFine Clair Nocturne ink. The sentiment is from is from another Woodware Craft Collection stamp set called Funtime Gnome.

Woodware Craft Collection - Three Gnomes
Woodware Craft Collection - Funtime Gnome
Fairy Hugs - Galaxy Stencil
Spellbinders - Layered Full Moon Stencil
Gina K Design - Dashing
Gina K Designs - Glitz Glitter Gel - Iridescent
Trinity Stamps - Slimline Series: Scenic Borders
Distress Inks
    Villainous Potion
    Dusty Concord
    Picked Raspberry
    Cracked Pistachio
    Peacock Feathers
    Pumice Stone

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