Saturday, December 12, 2020

Let it Snow Card - Snowman 3

This is my third snowman card using the Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay Die set. I'm making multiples of these cards to send out for Christmas. I changed the design slightly and used different papers on each of the snowman cards so I wouldn't get bored making the same card over and over. The slight changes were enough to keep me from losing interest in making my cards. There are links to the other cards at the end of this post.

 

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

I used a My Mind's Eye Comfort & Joy 12x12 paper pad to make this card along with a Hello Bluebird Winter Woods Overlay die set. Snowflakes were die cut and added to the top of the tree branches to mimic the snowflakes that are printed on the background paper. I added glue to only the center of the snowflakes to attach them to the card. I popped up the ends of the snowflakes so that they wouldn't be flat against the card. The addition of the snowflakes add some dimension to the card. The snowman and Let it Snow sentiment were attached to the card using adhesive foam dots. Greenery and holly berries were attached to the snowman to add some color to the white on white of the snowman and snowbank.




 

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 it Snow Card - Gnome 1  

 

Ingredients:

 

  • My Mind's Eye 12x12 Comfort & Joy 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

  • My Favorite Things Sweet Snowflakes Dies

  • Tim Holtz Festive Greens Dies 

  • Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders Dies

  • Cardstock: white, black, brown,  orange, red, green

  • Memento Ink: tuxedo black

  • Black Enamel Accents (snowman eyes & buttons)

  •  Adhesive Foam Dots




 

 

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Merry Christmas!

 

...Beth 



 

 




 



 

 

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