Hello! It’s Kari here today with a sweet Gingerbread House Snow Globe project to share. I loved this Window To Winter stamp set and I couldn’t resist creating a no-line colored sweet gingerbread house.
I started out by stamping the snow globe outline image with Fog Ink. Then I stamped the sweet lollipops and masked them off with masking magic paper. Next, I stamped the sweet gingerbread house and masked that off with masking magic.
Once those images were all masked, I stamped the snowflakes with Icy Mist ink. Then I masked off the ENTIRE snow globe.
Once everything was masked off, I was able to add those pretty starlight mints!! I used the A2 Starlight mints stencil to ink on Bubble gum ink for the first stripe, and Fog ink for the second…creating the mints all the way down the panel. I really love this stencil…you could use a red ink for a more traditional holiday color or try green for a wintergreen mint!
I peeled off all the masking paper and colored up all the images with Copic markers. Since I stamped them with a really light ink, it has a pretty no-line coloring look. You could also stamp these with black ink for a more pronounced and darker look. Either way, this little scene looks so delicious!
Next it was time to emboss that sentiment. I used Meteor Shower embossing powder, which is silver with some glitter in it! I love a glittery shine!
I couldn’t resist popping up a little reindeer (from What’s Up, Deer? stamp set) onto the front of this scene. I used the same color scheme for this cutie.
Lastly, I added a silver cardstock to matte the entire panel. I love the look of silver metallic cardstock with silver metallic/glitter embossing powder!
That’s it! Isn’t it sweet? I have put together a list of the products I used for your convenience, using affiliate links when possible. If you make a purchase using these links I may receive a small commission, at no additional cost to you! This helps me to continue to create fun projects to share with you! Big Hugs if you use my links.
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