Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Raven's Winter

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

Can you believe it is Dec. 6th already.  Cathy here with a holiday card for you.  My idea when I made this it would go well for a Winter Solstice card.
 First off I stamped raven small right and left on the bottom of my white card panel.
There are two sizes of the raven so if you wanted a larger raven you can do that.

After that I picked out 3 different colors of Distress inks, a blue, a purple and a gray. Then I took my small snowflake set and stamped them in different inks all over the panel. Guess what?  Lost Coast Designs have a large snowflake set too.  So you have your choice of sizes. Large or small or a mix of both.
Then I distressed the edge of the white panel, inked the edge of it with the gray ink and set aside.
Next I took a black cardstock and made a top folding card and grabbed some more of the snowflakes. Can you believe there is 8 different snowflakes in that set? WOW!  I stamped them in Versa fine ink and embossed them with white embossing power.
(sorry about the flash)

I came back to the panel and colored in the ravens with Copic markers and added a hat to the left raven.  Wrapped white and silver bakers twine around the top and added a word token to it. Just to add some sparkle to it I added sliver tinsel to where the word token is.
Added foam tape the added it the black card and done.

I hope to see what you all are doing for your Winter/Christmas cards. You can join our challenge HERE for a chance to win some Lost Coast Dollars


  1. This is fabulous Cathy, I love the sparkly Santa hat! Have a very happy week, Sue xx

  2. What a fun xmas card. Love the happy crows. Hugz

  3. As I love ravens and crows, of course I love your card!


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