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Here's my card with Winter (Daniel Torrente).
I envisioned Winter as Little Red Riding Hood on her way to visit her grandmother. Winter was stamped with Tuxedo Black Memento ink (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko), colored with Copic markers, fussy-cut, and edged with a Black Pitt Artist pen (Faber Castell). I kept her a bit pale since she's feeling a bit emo about the trek through the forest to visit the wrinklies. She was set aside while I created a suitable background for her. She pouted about that too.
Green cardstock was die-cut with all four dies of the dies from the Stitched Scene Builder Edgers die set (Frantic Stamper). Their edges were sponged with Forest Moss and Pine Needles Distress inks (Ranger). Two sets of three edger die-cuts were adhered to one another, then trimmed to size.
Kraft cardstock was die-cut with the Grand Forest Archway die (Memory Box), then colored with Copic markers. White cardstock was die-cut with one of the Puffy Clouds dies (Memory Box) and two of the Clouds dies (Joy Crafts). The cloud die-cuts were run through the Big Shot (Sizzix) inside the Burlap Texture Fade (Sizzix) to give them some texture. They were then highlighted with some CO Copic markers.
The scene was put together, Winter was adhered to the background using dimensional foam adhesive. The card front was matted with textured kraft cardstock, then adhered to the card front.
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