I have another Christmas Jumper card to show you. I am even more happier with this one!
Right here we go, this is how I made it!
I then placed my own Circle Mask onto the Card and then on top of that I placed the Jumper Mask (outer piece).
I covered up the arms with post-it notes and started building up my pattern. I moved the notes and covered up the body to get the stamping on the sleeves. I then removed the outer mask and replaced it with the inner part for the actual Jumper.
I stamped the Forest Ridge into place. I then dabbed some Denim onto my Clarity Blending Mat and using a make-up sponge put in a little shading around the Jumper - pulling the ink from the mask onto the card. I used the sponge to build up a bit shading for the sky and shading for the snow.
Before removing the Jumper Mask, I used my Clarity Stencil brush to go around the Circle lightly. I then took a White Pilot Pen to put in a bit of snow here and there.
I removed the Circle Stencil and Jumper Mask then proceeded to layer up using Clarity Blue Pearl Paper (7" x 7") and a patterned paper from my stash. Now I have only used ONE piece of the Blue Pearl Paper. Because I use the Perfect Layers Rulers I was able to cut very precisely to achieve this.
I used the Christmas Greetings from my Bespoke Set of Christmas Stamps and made a little tag which I attached to the first two layers with a blue and white Twine. (I shaded the tag a little with some of the ink that was left on the Blending Mat).
So that is another one off my list!
I hope you like it!