Hello everyone! Its Ria here today.
I have shared a card project previously using the Hero Arts Holiday Houses digi kit and this project share today will continue my love on using the kit.
Aside from the card, I also did a tag using one of the houses and tree.
First off, I printed several houses and colored them with markers using Promarker. I also printed a card base with trees on them, these served as backdrop also for the homes later when I arranged them in the card.
I then fussy cut the homes and added details on, some white dots and small lines to mimic a snow.
I also added glitz by putting Wink of Stella clear glitter on the snow caps above the roof. I also added some silver sequins on top of the card for some added shine.
Christmas means festive so I also added silver ribbons below the card base. This just complements the silver glitter on top of the card.
Here’s the full card
For the tag, I printed one of the pattern paper in the kit then die cut that using the tag die.
I then added another bigger size tree that I colored with green marker and added a gem on top of the tree. The house is also colored with markers and I added some texture and shine to it too, this time with silver distress glitter.
both sentiment in the card and tag are part of the digi kit.
and the tag in full view
I love the flexibility of using digi kits. I can re-size them to the size I want and colored them the way I want using markers. You can also use colored pencils but not watercolors. The water will react to the ink and will sure make the ink bleed during coloring.
Here are both projects I did. I always have fun doing sets like this.
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That’s it for now and I’ll catch up again soon.