Tuesday, December 17, 2013


It's certainly been frosty around here lately. The lower the temperatures, the fluffier the snow, so it's hard to make a snowman, so here's one that's pretty cute (and I don't have to go outside to make it).

Pretty cute, huh? I had the envelope liner framelit sitting on my craft desk and realized the top looked like a hat. I decided to make it into a snowman. I thought I was so very cool and then the next day, saw a few others on my Pinterest feed. Great minds think alike!

Stamps: none
Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black, Blushing Bride, Sweater Weather Designer Series Paper, Red Glimmer Paper, Gumball Green
Ink: none
Accessories: Basic Black Marker, Big Shot, Envelope Liner Framelits, 3/4" Circle Punch, 1" Circle Punch, Christmas Punch Pack, sticky sheets, Pennant Punch

  • Cut out the hat separately from the Snowman base. 
  • Put the fold of the card base right inside the framelit so you don't cut it off. 
  • To make the Poinsettia, I punched 6 ornaments and adhered them in a circle on a sticky sheet.
Happy Stamping!


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