Gnome Trio in the Woods

 Hey Procraftinators! It's a Gnome kinda Christmas! I'm back with yet another Gnome Christmas card. What can I say, I love gnomes! Today, this card is featuring yet another Woodware Craft Collection stamp called Three Gnomes and a Kat Scrappiness Die called Forest for the Trees Slimline.

Again, I colored the gnomes with my copics, but as I hadn't originally planned on sharing these cards, I did not make notes of what color combinations I used. Sorry, about that!

I do however, remember that I used Broken China, Peacock Feathers and Cracked Pistachio for my ink blended sky, as it was a heavily used favorite this year for my ink blended skies for my Christmas cards. I just love love love this combo!

For the snowy hill, I used a little Speckled Egg and Broken China for some shading. Then, I went over the entire hill with some Cosmic Shimmer Opal Blaze Polish in Teal Raspberry for some shine. It's so pretty! For the trees, I took a teeny tiny detail blending brush and used Brushed Corduroy and Antique Linen to go into the little detail areas of the birch trees. I added some holographic snowflakes that I had leftover from another Christmas card project that were cut using dies from Spellbinders Deck the Hall and Christmas Decorations. The front sentiment is from Woodware Craft Company's Christmas Tree Gnome set and the inside sentiments are a mash of from Simon Says Stamp's Snow Love and Inside Christmas Greeting sets. I stamped the inside greetings in Peacock Feather's Distress Oxide Ink. I also added some of the snowflakes from the Snow Love set as well.

Supply List
Woodware Craft Company - Three Gnomes
Woodware Craft Company - Christmas Tree Gnome
Kat Scrappiness - Forest for the Trees Slimline
Spellbinders - Deck the Halls
Spellbinders - Holiday Decorations
Simon Says Stamp - Inside Christmas Greetings
Simon Says Stamp - Snow Love
Simon Says Stamp - Assorted Holographic Cardstock
Cosmic Shimmer Opal Blaze Polish - Teal Raspberry
Distress Ink
    Antique Linen
    Brushed Corduroy
    Broken China
    Peacock Feathers
    Cracked Pistachio
Distress Oxide - Peacock Feathers

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