Let It Snow-Man Card

I’m sharing another card made with the Let It Snow Suite today, a suite of products which make it easy to make lovely cards. Today I’ve added in some extra glitter with the Real Red Glimmer paper and some of the Real Red Glitter Enamel Dots from the Toile Tidings collections.

Let It Snow-Man Card - flat

I love these snowmen from the Snowman Season stamp set and don’t think much adding, just a little Pumpkin Pie to colour in his nose.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

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Glitter Snowmen Card

What do you do when you want to make a card quickly? You use a punch and some paper and thats exactly what I did here.  The Let It Snow Speciality DSP has some wonderful festive patterns featuring snowmen, so of which can be punched out with the Snowman Builder Punch. Making cute snowmen in seconds and whats more some sheets of the Let It Snow DSP have glitter accents and so instant sparkle for your card.

Glitter Snowmen Card - flat

I used the punch to create some twig arms for the snowmen, cut in black cardstock to match the background paper. I also added a couple of the felt hats from the Let It Snow Embellishment kit to add a little more cuteness.

I also added some of the Real Red Rouched 1″ Ribbon for some additonal interest and texture and finished off the card by adding a greeting from the Greatest Part of Christmas.

A quick card to put together but plenty of interest when you use many of the products in the Let It Snow Suite.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

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Sparkly Skates Christmas Card

This might actually be my favourite card I’ve made from the Autumn/Winter catalogue this year. It did take a while to make the boots, mainly because my lacing skills are not great.

To make the boots I cut two outline boots from Silver Foil and two of detailed boots from the Sparkle Glimmer Paper. After removing all the inner bits from the Sparkle skates I cut the bottom skate blade off so I was left with just the boot.

Sparkly Skates Card - close up

To make the laces I coloured some of the Whisper White Solid Baker’s Twine with the Dark Real Red Stampin’ Blends and left it to dry. If you have any red bakers twine in your stash you could use that, or any other colour.

I chose red laces for the boots as I used the snowflake paper from the Let It Snow Speciality DSP and I wanted to highlight the pops of red in the paper.

After lacing the boots I used the silicone craft matt and a sponge dauber to apply Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue to the back of the sparkle die cut boot and adhered to the silver foil boots.

Sparkly Skates Card - flat

To finish the card I added a Real Red die cut bow to the top of the boots and a greeting stamped on a frame cut from the Frosted Bouquet dies.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

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Simple Snowman Card

Today I’m featuring the products in the Let It Snow Suite again, focusing on the Snowman Builder Punch and the Let It Snow Embellishment Kit. I love this embellishment kit as it contains everything you need to turn a simple punched shape into a cute snowman with his own little felt hat.

Simple Snowman Card Close Up

For the background I simply stamped some of the snowflakes from the Snowman Season stamp set in Real Red ink on the Real Red cardstock to give a tone on tone look.

A strip of the Let It Snow Speciality DSP and a greeting stamped on the frame from the Wild Rose dies finishes the outside of the card.

Simple Snowman Card - Inside

A few snowflakes in Pool Party and a greeting in Real Red finish off the inside of the card.

Hope you’ve enjoyed this cute little project, the Let It Snow Embellishment kit is proving very popular so  if you want to have a play with it then I’d been ordering one soon.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

Basic Measurement:

Card Base: Half A4 sheet cut to 14.9cm x 21cm, scored at 10.5cm

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Snowmen Card Duo

What better way to celebrate the first frosty morning of the season than with two gorgeous snowman cards. Both of these cards were very simple to make but and bright and cheery and perfect for celebrating the snowy season.

I’m drawn to the Snowmen sets every year but I think Snowman Season could easily be my favourite by Christmas. I love all the matching products in the Let It Snow Suite, especially the punch which makes snowman building so easy. Added bonus my daughter has love punching her own snowmen and giving them their own little faces so its a winner all round.

Snowman Stripes Card

I love the colour combination of the Let It Snow Speciality DSP, Real Red, Coastal Caana, Flirty Flamingo, Shaded Spruce, Blueberry Bushell, Basic Black and Whisper White make a fresh modern twist on the traditional red and green Christmas combinations.

Each of these cards features a background in these papers to highlight how yummy they are. I love all the little mittens on the card below.

Snowman Mittens Card

I little colouring with the Stampin’ Blends and a greeting from the Christmas Gleaming stamp set and the card is done.

Look out for more snowmen appearing soon.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

Basic Measurements:

Card Base: Half A4 sheet cut to 14.9cm x 21cm, scored at 10.5cm

Matt Layer: 14.4cm x 10 cm

DSP Layer: 13.9cm x 9.5cm

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