I totally love this set of cards from Dreaming Tree.
The cardstock is some plain colored cardstock I had in my stash. I didn't have White glitter cardstock so I sprayed adhesive on the trees and snowflakes on the Winter Woodland card and sprinkled white glitter on it. The glitter on the Peppy Penguin card hats I did by putting them through the Xryon (didn't have spray adhesive at the time) top facing the sticky, dipped them in glitter then put back through the Xyron with non-glitter side to the sticky. Presto! Glittered cardstock. The inking on the edges was done with my ebrush and Spectrum Noir markers.
I got my ebrush from Craftwell. Here is a link for the Amazon price: https://www.amazon.com/eBrush-Craftwell-Ebrush-Kit/dp/B00N9B4W9M . However, if you decide to get one, be sure to shop around. I didn't pay near this when I got mine. It was a while ago, though. I used Spectrum Noir markers for the ink. They work great in the ebrush.
I used foam dots the add dimension.
Years ago we all had the craze of having to use an embellishment we called"Skittles." They were little round plastic pieces. I think they were really just the filler that some people use to help flowers stand up in flower arrangments. I colored some red and purple and added them to the Christmas Village cascade card.
The Winter Woodland is designed to put a tea light in so it illuminates it.
Leo from Dreaming Tree recommends http://www.amazon.com/RGB-Submersible-LED-Lights-Centerpiece/dp/B00FS7N0J8/ref=pd_sim_60_3?ie=UTF8&refRID=1MBV20Z27012WFVS45VW&dpID=51eEJ9ihNtL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_ to light his projects up but you can use whatever battery-powered light you'd like.
He also has YouTube videos to show you how to make his projects.
Dreaming Tree It's Cold Outside files can be found:
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