Snowman Season Christmas Card

      Hey crafty people! Are you ready for Christmas? I'm getting the last few Christmas cards done and mailed off for friends and family. This year is going to be so much more different from Christmases before. Are you making any big changes this year because of Covid-19? Let's get onto today's card.....

     I started with stamping the snowman onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock and coloring him with the Stampin' Blends. I used the Pool Party Blend in Light to put shadow on the snowman and along the snow. I die cut this out using the Stitched Rectangle dies.

     I heat embossed onto a piece of Poppy Parade cardstock cut to 3/4"x 3-1/4". I cut a flag at one end. I cut a piece of the Trimming The Town DSP (Designer Series Paper) to 4"x 5-1/4" and glued to my Old Olive card base. Next, I embossed a piece of Vellum cut to 3-5/8"x 4-7/8" with the Winter Snow embossing folder. I used glue dots to secure it to the DSP as they are less likely to be seen through the Vellum. I also used glue dots to attach the snowman piece to my card base. I placed the sentiment banner on the card with Dimensionals. I colored a few rhinestones with the Dark Poppy Parade Blend and put them on my card too.

    For the inside I kept it pretty simple by stamping some of the snowflake bundles using Pool Party ink in opposite corners and a cute sentiment using Poppy Parade ink in the middle. If you would like to purchase any of the items I used to make this card, I have listed them all down below. Just click on any of the pics to be taken to my online store.
     Thank you so much for coming to my blog today and I hope I have inspired you to try something crafty today! Have a great day.


Here is what I used to make this card.....
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