Sunday, December 9, 2012

Is it Frosty?

Happy Sunday Everyone!

I have a Christmas card to share with you today:

Okay it's not Frosty the snowman, but I do think my snowman card is awfully cute!  I used a number of retired Close to My Heart products to make this card but obviously if you're inspired you can use the sketch with your own papers, etc.

The paper is called Wonderland.  I stamped the Chocolate cardstock with the holiday light stamp from our retired Share the Magic stamp set (also retired) using Chocolate ink.  The snowman also comes from the same stamp set.  I colored him using two markers:  Black and Crystal Blue.  

I used our exclusive Artiste Cricut cartridge to make the circle, scalloped circle, and bow.

Finally, I used our Bonding Memories Glue Pen and Prisma Glitter on the snow at the bottom of the snowman to make it "pop" a little bit.

Artiste Cricut cartridge (Z1790)
Wonderland paper pack (retired)
Share the Magic stamp set (retired)
Crystal Blue Exclusive Ink Marker (Z2401)
Black Exclusive Inks Marker
Chcolate Exclusive Inks Stamp pad (Z2111)
Prisma Glitter (Z134)
Bonding Memories Glue Pen (Z553)
I have decided to enter my card into a challenge -- there is one at Red Carpet Studio called "Frosty the Snowman".  The challenge was to create a card featuring either a snowman or a snowflake.  Wish me luck!
I hope you enjoyed my card -- have a wonderfully crafty day!



  1. Yep! Answered my own question by checking here, lol. It turned out adorable, Lucy--love wonderland even more now if it is possible! :)

  2. Thanks Amie -- I had to make do with my snowman stamp since I didn't have the one you used :)



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