Christmas Crowd Snow Scene Card Video Tutorial

Hello and welcome to my blog; today I am going to share with you a fun little Christmas card using the Christmas Crowd Stamp Set along with a little ink blending, and Stampin' Blend Coloring.  Today's card is also part of my 25 Days of Christmas Holiday Card Series.  This is day 11 of the Holiday Card Series and I have a super cute one for you today.  Here's a look at my card.

Christmas is better shared.  So spread some holiday cheer with the help of the friendly group of festive characters in the Christmas Crowd Stamp Set.  Your loved ones will appreciate Christmas greetings from you and your gang.  The Christmas Crowd stamp set is a great set for to color any way that you would like.  I decided to stamp them and do a little masking and Stampin' Blend coloring to create my card today.
I stamped the Christmas Crowd image in tuxedo black ink twice using the Stamparatus and then created a mask on some Avery Repositionable labels.  I cut the mask out and then placed it over the image.  I crated a second mask to create a snow globe or world shape to place the snowflakes in.  for the snowflakes in the circle I used versamark ink and the snowflake image from the Christmas Crowd stamp set and then added clear embossing powder.  Once heat set I did a little ink blending with Seaside Spray, Pacific Point and Blueberry Bushel. I then came back and did a little ink blending out side of the circle once I removed the large mask.
 Once all the ink blending was complete I started the Stampin' Blend coloring.  All my little guys were colored with Real Red, and Shaded Spruce somewhere on them to tie them in together for the most part.  I did add in a few additional colors to finish them off.  You will find a full list of the supplies I used on this card in the Shopping List below.  I just did simple coloring to fill in the images with just a little blending.  I kept everything super simple.  Once I had everything colored it was time to add the finishing touches.
I added the ink blended and colored background to a Thick Whisper White Card base cut at 4 1/4 x 11 scored at 5 1/2.  I did this with the aid of my Simply Score.  I put the card base in the corner and attached it with a little liquid glue.  I then stamped the sentiment in Blueberry Bushel ink on a scrap of Whisper White Thick cardstock and made it a fishtail banner.  I then popped the banner up on a few Stampin' dimensionals to attach it to the card.  I then added a few of the Snowflake sequins to the card with a little liquid glue.

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Thanks for dropping by today I hope that you have enjoyed my little card today.  I also hoped that I have inspired you a little to try ink blending and coloring with your Stampin' Blends or whatever alcohol markers you may have.  Again you will find a full list of the supplies used below.  
Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 

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