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Here's my project using Marion Teunissen's 'Ice Queen'
It's a card and a box
When you open it, you can put your gift inside the box and add your sentiment, I put some candy inside mine
I colored my image with prisma colored pencils, I added diamond dust on her lapel, and stickles in various places. The snowflake flowers are a stamp and a matching punch from Stampin' Up. The snowflakes are sequins.
Colored her with copics, my purple DSP is from SU. I also used a diecut, Bigz Lattice from SU. I printed it 3 times and fussy cut out some flowers and a couple of the butterflies, (YES I DID GET QUITE FUSSY!)
Also I added glossy accents and stickles in various places.
I made an easel card out of a spellbinder diecut, colored her with copics.
The butterflies and flowers and heart are SU , I cut her out and popped her up on dimensional dots and my DP had a band of a different color so she had something to sit on. She has such a sweet face and Heather put in an earring and a bracelet and they got pink rhinestones, stickles in various spots, glossy accents on her lips
new digital image called 'Snow Bunny Ethereal Enchantress'
I really liked the center stairstep and I thought 'WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF I REVERSED IT?!' So I did and this is what it looks like, insteadd of the two side panels recessed, the middle is. You can find my tut HERE