This is another one of those "it seemed like a good idea at the time" projects. Here's my card, then I'll explain:
I know, you're probably thinking it's just some cut green scraps - how hard can it be? In my world, it's hard. Er, difficult. I was working with remnants, and I kept cutting the hills wrong. Then I went to emboss the sentiment and I used white instead of off-white, so I removed the top layer of green and went back to trying to add another hill that worked. Three days, people; we're talking three days for a stoopid hill. I got smart and used the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig to align the sentiment, and I used SU Winter White EP, which is still too white for this card, but I don't have any cream-colored EP. Does anyone even make it?
Hmmm, I just noticed all that big open in the upper right corner. I'm feeling a bit twitchy... it might need birds.
I just looked outside, and thought I'd show you the view out my back door:
I have a stack of challenges laid out to tackle this weekend. I'll be back if I actually get to any of them.
Thanks for stopping by!
PS: The Arboscello Tree Die is detailed enough you need the metal shim with it. It pops right out!
Products used but not linked below: Twinery twine, MS deer punch, SU Confetti Cream card stock (I think), SU Winter White EP, SU So Happy For You stamp set. Also, I included the Distress Seasonal collections below, but you can buy the inks individually now.