In my case, I wanted to capture the softness of the pic (simple colors, candlelight glow), the elements of nature brought in by the pinecones and the words in the form of wall art and upcycled wood pallet coffee table. Ack--love the pic so much!
The card is self-explanatory. Stamped the background with pigment ink and also used it on the pinecone ribbon to brighten it compared to the watercolor paper. Added Glossy Accents to shine up the berries. Better seen in person, of course.
The Details: Artist's Loft 140 lb watercolor paper, Inkadinkado Evergreen Holiday image, Momenta background stamp, ribbon from my stash, Glossy Accents, Memory Box white pigment ink, PIne Cone Press sequins, Distress Inks in Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain, Peeled Paint, Pine Needles, Barn Door, and Festive Berries, Memento Rich Cocoa, Recollections white 110 lb cardstock base
I'm entering this in: AAA #27 Play with Watercolors, Penny Black & More Anything Goes, Christmas Cards All Year Round No Patterned Paper, Merry Monday 133 Rustic