Thursday, December 10, 2020

Let it Snow Card - Gnome 1

This is my third card using the Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay Die set. I decided to change things up this time and use a gnome die instead of the snowman die that comes with the set. For this card I used Simple Stories Very Merry papers that I had in my stash. I love the black, red and green and white color palette. I scattered a few mushrooms on the snowbank to go with the gnome theme of this card. The tiny mushroom dies from the Gnome Place Like Home die set from My Favorite Things were used to make the tiny mushrooms. I topped the card with two clusters of holly and berries.


Keep reading for additional details and a complete list of supplies used to make the card!


The Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay die set and the Simon Says Stamp Gnome die were used to make the majority of this card. I also used a Simple Stories 6x8 Very Merry paper pad from my stash.


I'm using these as my Christmas cards so I needed something that I could put together somewhat quickly. The thought of having to stamp and color a bunch of images is just too overwhelming. I have a lot of paper in my stash so this was a way to utilize some of it!

 

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Here are the links to other cards I made using the Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay  die:

 

Let it Snow Card - Snowman 1 

Let it Snow Card - Snowman 2 

Let is Snow Card - Snowman 3 

 


Merry Christmas!


...Beth



Ingredients:


  • Simple Stories 6x8 Very Merry Paper Pad
  • Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay Die Set
  • Hello Bluebird Frosty Friends Stamp Set (Let it Snow sentiment)
  • My Favorite Things Gnome Place Like Home Die Set (Mushrooms)
  • My Favorite Things Holly Berries Dies
  • My Favorite Things Sweet Snowflake Dies
  • Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders
  • Simon Says Stamp Exclusive Gnome Die
  • Cardstock: white, black, red, green
  • Memento Ink: tuxedo black
  • Distress Oxide: Antique Linen (nose)
  • Adhesive Foam Dots

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