Carol Puppies

November 23, 2018

Carol Puppies

Hi there! In conjunction with the Carol Kitten set, Gerda Steiner Designs released a Carol Puppies set. This is a super cute set for any dog lovers out there. I just had to use them to create a scene card.

First, I decided I wanted to use 3 of the images so I used the three front facing puppies. I masked them so one was in front and two behind. I then added a few snow banks and shaded them using Shaded Lilac distress ink. For the background, I wanted a nighttime scene so I used darker blue shades.




I also decided to use the clefs and did some generational stamping to fill up the night sky. I love how they fade away into the sky.

For the finishing touch, I wanted to add it to be a snowy night. I added splatters of white acrylic paint everywhere. It was kinda hard for me to add that acrylic paint on colored images but I really like how it turned out.



Hope you guys enjoyed it and check out the new sets Gerda Steiner has been coming out with. They all have been amazing.


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