Now, I confess that I've never been skiing (I'm too afraid of breaking some bones!), but I had so much fun creating with the On the Slopes stamp set! After stamping the images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, I colored them with Copics (colors listed at the end of this post). I cut out the images with the coordinating dies and then got to work on my background.
I thought Lawn Fawn's Mountain Stencil would make a fun background for these images. First, I placed the stencil onto my cardstock and blended with Salvaged Patina Distress Ink to create the sky. I shifted the stencil and blended the mountains with Weathered Wood. To create the snowbanks, I tore a sheet of printer paper and lightly blended over it with Salvaged Patina. Next, I stamped a sentiment from On the Slopes and then used a palette knife to apply Distress Texture Paste through the stencil to two of the mountain tops.
I used Pinkfresh Studio's Blanket Stitch Rectangles Dies to create a frame for my background. I adhered the frame with foam tape and attached the background to a card with double-sided adhesive. I popped up my colored images with foam, adding two layers to the hat and goggles, and finished with some snowflake sequins from my stash.
Have a great day!