This is such an adorable image and while it is big, it was relaxing coloring it in - apart from when I picked up the wrong marker and started coloring my mountain (see on the left!) I used some of the blends used by Kelly Latevola as I love her bright and vivid coloring. Some of the blends worked well and some others I couldn't get a nice blend (the red/orange one!) I'm not sure if it's partly because I stamped onto Neenah cardstock instead of my usual X-Press It. I'll need to experiment more.
Anyway, after coloring the image and stamping the sentiment, I painted the ornaments and stars with Star Dust Stickles and put it aside to dry. I came back to it this morning (Saturday) and die-cut it with a wonky stitched rectangle die and mounted it flat onto a white card base.
I'm entering this into the current Merry Monday challenge where Kathy is looking for warmth in a Christmas card, as well at Addicted to Stamps and More who have a "Make Your Mark" challenge.
Thanks for visiting. Here is the mountain of markers I used on this card.
Stamps: An Arctic Christmas (SSS)
Ink: Black Licorice Hybrid (MFT)
Dies: Wonky Stitched Rectangles (MFT)
Accessories: Copics, Star Dust Stickles (Ranger)
Edited to Add: This card got a shout out at Merry Monday and Addicted to Stamps and More.