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Warm Wishes

>> Monday, December 29, 2014

Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! Today I have winter snowman card to share with you that features our soon to be released medium Mr. Snowman image. He's a perfect size and so easy to color.

I started by stamping the snowman image (242H) in Memento Black ink, coloring him with Copics and then fussy cutting him out. The background was stamped with our Interlocking snowflake stamp in Taken With Teal ink. Warm Wishes was stamped in black ink, die cut and some teal ink was sponged around the edges. The tiny snowman is part of a new Stamped Especially for you image (239C) that would go on the back of your card. I stamped it, colored the snowman with Copics to match the big image, then fussy cut and attached him to the sentiment banner with some foam dots. I used a Sakura Stardust Gelly Roll pen to add some shimmer. If you look closely you might be able to see some sparkle in the centers of the snowflakes. Some ribbon and bakers twine complete the look.

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a Happy New Year!



Karin said...

How cute! I love the mini matching snowman and all the snowflakes in the background! Super winter greeting card :)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

So cute and wintry, Shelia! Love all the blue snowflakes and the little bitty snowman on your greeting flag.

Robin Clendenning said...

Very cute Shelia! I love the fun blues too. It looks so cute with your baker's twine and the "mini me" snowman down lower!!! Love it!

Janett Ray said...

I love it Shelia, the blue give a cool feel and the tiny snowman is the perfect touch to your greeting

Sue said...

I love how you used the mini snowman for the sentiment! Too cute!!

Jennifer E. said...

Adorable! Love how the mini snowman from the Handstamped stamp was used to dress up the sentiment--what a clever idea! Perfect choice for ribbon too!

Samantha said...

What's better than a snowman on a card? Two snowmen on a card! Great job, Shelia!

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