It would be wonderful if this little guy could blow some cooler air our way. The temps have been in upper 90's and even reached over 100 degrees this month.
For this card I got to play with my new cottage cutz dies. I just got the snowflake wreath and the snowflake border so I can work on some more Christmas cards. The snowflake wreath was a little more difficult to cut. I had a hard time getting a complete cut until I added an extra piece of cardstock in my cuttlebug stack. Then it cut perfectly. I colored his wings with T1 and T4 copics and then painted with extreme glitter paint. I wanted them to look silvery and I think they turned out great.
Image: Winter Fairy Halla from Mo's Digital Pencil
Copics: E00, E11, E13, E50, E51, E53, B91, B93, T1, T4, W0, W1
Cottage cutz snowflake border and snowflake wreath dies
Spellbinders square and scalloped square dies
Martha Stewart snowflake border punch
Snowflake from Christmas Noel Cricut cartridge cut at 1.5 inches
Tim Holtz pumice stone distress ink
chunky white embossing enamel
Entered in following challenges:
Crafting Life's Pieces: Sketch
Bronte and Bella's Challenge (Mo's Digital Pencil: Anything Goes
Bunny Zoe's Crafts: Something Blue
Crafty Cardmakers: Snow and Ice
Creative Creations Challenge: Early Christmas