10/13/2021

Shimmering winter owl scene ~ card tutorial

        This is a seasonal or holiday card featuring a shimmering winter owl scene.  Today on the Unity blog, I am sharing a way to make these background techniques work together for a dimensional winter scene.


Sentiment:
Hope this season brings you plenty of what makes you happy.

Using metallic splatters, color cardstock, hand cut slopes and a big moon helps to make this shimmering winter owl scene come to life.

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Helpful tips:

These are helpful tips to create this 
shimmering winter owl scene.  To begin, stamp the owl and the sentiment, add color and trim to make a tag.  Next, trim or die-cut dark blue cardstock for a background panel.  Then, add watercolor or paint spatters to the blue cardstock in white and metallic gold.  Also, make a moon using distress ink and a circle die-cut.  Next, hand cut two snow slopes from white cardstock.  Add layers of gray on the slope edges for the look of dimension.  Finally, layer it all, to finish.


And here is another look.


Supplies
Unity Stamp Co. Great Day Owl and Anemone Greetings

Also, foam & flat double-sided tape, original Misti, Simon Says Stamp ink blending brushes, heat tool, Gansai Tambi starry colors gold watercolor, Liquitex Basics acrylic paint in white, My Favorite Things blue card stock, mustard seed distress ink, paint brush, My Creative Time tall tag frame die layerspretty circle layer dies and rectangle frame die layers; Copic markers E18, B24, B14, 0, N1, N3, E13. 

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
Also, you can find my other features at Unity's
Technique Time and
Watercolor Wednesday.

Thank you for visiting.

   Gaylynn
         

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