All together now............Deck The Forest With Boughs of Holly. Fa la la la la .......la la la la !
Check out these mice working together to hang a bow on the wreath. I used mice from Lawn Fawns Mice on Ice and Snowball Fight. When I started setting them up, I wasn't sure if I wanted the mouse on the top reaching to hang a bow or a mouse stretching to lift the wreath, so I stamped both.
The copic markers I used are as follows;
I inked the small part of the background with Ranger's Distress Oxide Peacock Feathers, Broken China and Tumbled Glass. I used Lawn Fawns Snow Flurries stencil with silver metallic ink. I cut the Stitched Hillside Backdrop out of white patterned paper from the Let It Shine paper collection. Before I added all the elements, I thought that it needed some more background, so I cut out the Forest Border from gray cardstock. I retrospect, if I were to make this card again, I would leave out this step. There is enough going one in this card that it really isn't needed. I cut the Birch Trees out of a very light gray cardstock. I cut the Mini Wreath and Christmas Garland out of green card stock and used red glitter cardstock for the bow and berries. The ornaments are cut out from Lawn Fawn's Simon Says STAMPTEMBER set, Nutty or Nice.
Here's a peak at the inside.
This was a really fun card to make and I hope you enjoy it also. Seasons Greetings friends!
This card was the challenge winner for the Lawn Fawn Challenge Blog Challenge #137! Woo Hoo!