The background designer paper comes from the Pattern Party pack and I love how this pattern looks like snowballs.
I stamped the snowman onto the new Snow White Velvet paper to add to the snowy effect I wanted. I then added him onto two Layered Circles, one in Real Red and one in white stamped with Pool Party snowflakes.
For a final touch I added some of the Real Red Mini Ruffled Ribbon and a touch of Pumpkin Pie Blends as every snowman needs a carrot for a nose right?
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.
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.
For this card I’ve used the Santa’s Sleigh die from the Jolly Season die set which I think is my favourite individual die from all the sets in the Autmn/Winter Catalogue, afterall who deosn’t love Santa and his sleigh.
The background was created with blended inks on Shimmery White cardstock. I used a mix of Pool Party and Mint Macaron in the middle and and the cover it over with night of Navy so there is a lighter area in the middle of the card.
I stamped a row of snowflakes from the Free Skate stamp in Shimmery Silver Delicata Ink and added the “Merry Christmas” greeting from Snowman Season which works perfectly with the Silver Foil diecut Santa .
I’m wondering now if I should of added a Red Rhinestone onto one of the noses of the reindeer to make my own Rudolf, what do you think?