Friday, December 11, 2020

Let it Snow Card - Snowman 2

This is my second snowman card using the Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay Die set. For this card I opted for winter papers instead of Christmas papers. The Echo Park Warm & Cozy papers were perfect for this winter-themed Christmas card. I love the softer color palette. I wanted the snowman to hold a tiny gift so I dug around in my stash until I found the perfect die. The Home for the Holidays die set from Tim Holtz has a gift box die small enough to fit the proportions of the snowman. I topped the card with a bunch of pine cones and holly and berries to complete the card. 


Keep reading for additional details and a supply list to complete this card!

The Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay die set was used to make the majority of this card along with an Echo Park 6x6 Warm & Cozy paper pad.


I decided I wanted the trees and border to be cut from the pine branch and pine cone paper instead of plain cardstock. 



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

 

Let it Snow Card - Snowman 1

Let is Snow Card - Snowman 3 

Let it Snow Card - Gnome 1  

 

Ingredients:


  • Echo Park 6x6 Warm & Cozy Paper Pad
  • Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay Die Set
  • Hello Bluebird Frosty Friends Stamp Set (Let it Snow sentiment)
  • My Favorite Things Holly Berries Dies
  • Tim Holtz Festive Greens Dies (pine cone & greens)
  • Tim Holtz Home for the Holidays Dies (small gift package)
  • Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders Dies
  • Cardstock: white, brown, kraft, orange
  • Mememnto Ink: espresso truffle
  • White Acrylic Paint (snow splatters on background paper)
  • Black Enamel Accents (snowman eyes & buttons)
  • Adhesive Foam Dots
 

 




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Merry Christmas!

 

...Beth 


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