I started stamping this card for the December 8th MFT Wednesday Stamp Club Challenge - Creating A Winter Wonderland. However, I never got it done in time thanks to another migraine. Ugh! Don't those things know they are interfering with work and stamp time? Obviously not!
I started out by stamping my cabin twice on MFT white Perfect Panels in Memento Tuxedo black ink, then both colored with Prismacolor Markers. I stamped the trees using Stampin Up! always artichoke and chocolate chip markers, then stippled Stampin Up! bashful blue ink around the images.
Pulling out my Martha Stewart drip punch I found on clearance last year, I turned the Halloween drips into icicles and stippled brilliant blue ink over the strip before adding to the card. Once that was done, I stippled Tim Holtz Walnut Stain ink around the edges to give a rustic feel before adding the main image layers. After cutting out my second cabin, I used a Martha Stewart two way glue pen and some The Cat's Pajamas glitzy glitter to make the snow covered roof sparkle. I also added some glitter to the tree branches to make them appear icy, and a couple of snow lines as well. Here's a close up of the details.
Finally, I tackled the inside and just decided to keep it simple by adding a sentiment from MFT's Inspired By Winter set and some punched snowflakes.