January 24, 2015

Make It Stop!


I'm popping in to share a card i made a couple moths ago, its been kickin' around my desk for awhile just waiting for its time on the blog. This Newton's Nook set Winter Tails is so cute!! I love winter and the snow so its the perfect set for me! I really needed this set last winter, it was just under the record for snowfall!!

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Newton's Nook

Anyway, i started by stamping the bunny holding the snow shovel and the sign. I used versamark and embossed the images with clear embossing powder. I also stamped the Make it Stop! sentiment in the sign and embossed it.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Newton's Nook

Next used Copic markers to color the bunny and sign. I colored the shovel with pink and red distress markers as i didn;t have red copic markers yet. I also stamped some of the snow banks around the bunny and sign, then cut around everything. I added a little shadow with a grey copic marker, then added some glitter glue.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Newton's Nook

On a white card base i stamped and embossed in clear, several snowflakes. Then with an ink applicator and light blue distress ink i colored the card base. I added the cut out panel with foam tape.

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Stamps: Newton's Nook - Winter Tails
Embossing Powder: Hampton Art - Clear
Copic Markers
Distress Markers


  1. Hi Dana: Had a peek at all your cards - really like your clean style. This card is so cute with the bunny up to his nose in snow, and great colouring too! Stamping Hugs, Sharon

  2. Dana, this little bunny is adorable! What a great design...love the snow and that sweet little bunny!

  3. Love that great snow drift, such a fun scene!

  4. I love your clever design. Good idea to use the distress markers. What I really hear you saying is that you are pining for more Copics! I did that a couple of years ago. I would go to Hobby Lobby with my 40% off coupon and then have to choose just ONE to make the whole thing less financially astronomical. Over a couple of years, birthdays, and Christmases, it did finally happen!

  5. hahahaha! I love it!
    I'm going to need this tomorrow, we're supposed to get about 1.5 feet!

  6. Tee hee...oh, wait, I shouldn't be laughing, because I soooo agree with that sentiment! Still, you've made a most darling card for most frustrating weather! Fabulous!