Despite a stuffy nose….I bring you 3 Simple Ways to Finish Off A Winter Scene! (Don’t worry, I’m not badly sick, just stuffy!)
With the holiday season definitely underway – and me running short on time – I thought I’d knock out 6 cards at once, and try slightly different finishing techniques at the final stages. Hope it helps you create some really cute cards a little faster, too!
Aside from the simplest finish (no trees, just paint)….the sketchy trees take just a minute and some sketchy lines with a Sharpie marker.
Sketch less of the trees (just the portion of the trunk and a few bottom branches) and finish off the branches up higher with a white gel pen.
If you have a tiny bit more time, paint the background a bit dark, add the trees, then add snow on top! Consider ading a blue wash to nighttime snow – leaving just a little bit bright white.
If you’re really after a red hat – try stickles on top of the little bear’s black hat!
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Love these, Sandy. It’s always fun to create cards that are similar but different if you want to make multiples.
in LOVE with these cards!!
SO cute and sweet !
these are so amazing Sandy!
I love these cards. Thank you for the video.
These bits of information mean so much to me. I don’t want to send anyone hokey-looking cards, and these tips will help dramatically to level up my winter-themed cards. Tip o’ the hat to you.
These are so cute and I appreciate you showing us how to change the amount of effort needed to do all the forms of it.
Cute cards and indeed not much effort and time to make this beauties!
Thank you so much for you awesome inspiration.
Super cute!! I love the 4 scenes with one image.