Christmas: Yetis in a circle

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These cards were made on 10th November; day 10 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge. The yetis were coloured earlier in the challenge.

I told you I love these yetis… and these are not the last you’ll see this month. I did try to do something a bit different with each pair though; this time I created a snowy landscape scene inside a circle frame as backgrounds for my two yetis – one coloured in Copic markers and one covered in white shimmer detail sparkle.

How:

Die-cutting. I die-cut the frames, I die-cut circles to go in the frames, and I die-cut the landscape border out of another die-cut circle. Then, using small sponge daubers, I added some colour to the sky and trees and then layered them inside the frame on the card base. The background was completed with some snow.

The sentiments were mounted on thin foam tape and the yetis were added on thicker foam tape; the sparkly one was given a small present to hold. The final touch was a sprinkling of sequins.

Challenges:

The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge

Supplies:

  • stamps:
    My Favorite Things – beast friends
  • dies:
    Sizzix – circles
    WPlus9 – tree border
  • inks:
    Hero Arts – intense black
    Distress ink pad – tumbled glass
    Avery Elle – jungle, celery
  • pens:
    EK Tools – calligraphy pen
    Sharpie – extra fine paint pen – white
  • colour:
    coloured pencils (sparkly yeti face)
  • Copic markers:
    yeti fur – E51, E53, E55, E57
    yeti face – RV000, RV00, RV21
    mug – RV13, RV14, RV17
    scarf – V12, V15, V17
  • sparkle:
    Imagination Crafts – detail sparkle – white shimmer
  • embellishments:
    Pretty Pink Posh – sparkling clear mix
    fine gold thread
  • paper and card:
    Neenah solar white
    Neenah desert storm
    Papermill Direct – hammered – white
    Papermill Direct – pearlised – grey

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2 thoughts on “Christmas: Yetis in a circle

  1. As I think I may have said on IG, I love these! That glittery yeti is awesome – I mean a glittery yeti!!! What’s not to love! I too am learning the MFT love… I need to ink mine up more 🙂 xx

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