Friday, November 9, 2012

Thumpety, thump, thump...look at Frosty go!

After the weather we have had here in the northeast...wind, rain, sleet, and snow, inspiration for making a snowman card came easy. And, what a happy little snowman he is!

The Sizzix Snowman Framelits and matching Hero Arts Snowman Stamps are a great pairing for precise stamping and cutting on your project.  The 6 die set can also be used for stenciling or cutting windows in cards like the one shown below.

I used the snowman die to cut a window in the card front.  The stamped outline of the snowman along with his face are on the inside of the card.  The hat, scarf, arms, and holly were stamped on scraps of paper and cut out using the matching die.  Pearls and jewels were used for the holly berries and eyes "made out of coal". A few pop dots for dimension and a little glitter to jazz Mr. Snowman up and he is ready to go.

Supplies found at CropStopSizzix/Hero Arts Snowman Framelits and Stamps Set; Tsukineko Memento Danube Blue Ink, Ranger Stickles, Christmas Red, Diamond, Mystic Green, Creative Impressions Blue on Blue Organdy Swirl Ribbon, Copic Cadmium Orange Marker

Additional supplies used  Bazzill Cardstock, Sizzix Bigz Christmas Collection Die, Sizzix Ancient Document Die, Queen & Co Pearls, Nicole Crafts Jewels

Close up showing cut out window and stamped image on the inside of the card.

Visit the CropStop Store for your crafting needs!  Grab one of these adorable Sizzix/Hero Art Snowman Die and Stamp sets and get started on your holiday cards.  

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1 comment:

Katie said...

Super cute Frosty card! I love the 3-D effect you did!


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