Sunday, January 20, 2019

I {Heart} Snow!


Is it snowing? Has it snowed? Are you wishing for snow???

Okay, this isn't a multiple choice question type of blog post... but they've sure talked a lot about snow in the news and I'm trying to keep up with current events. LOL!

Seriously, I hope if you've been bombarded with snow, like some areas have, that you're staying warm and safe... and having some crafting fun, too.

I used two stamp sets from the SumMore Fun store to make it. Raisin Boat's Winter Heart and Sole provided the gorgeous tree and snowflakes and Victorine Originals Watercolor Snowman provided the specks of snow, the snowbank, and the sentiment.


I first stamped the tree with Memento Cottage Ivy Ink. Once the ink was dry, I dabbed Versamark Ink on the tree and added white embossing powder to it. I wanted the tree to look like it had snow hanging on it. The snowflakes, specks of snow, and snow bank are also stamped with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder.

The cardstock that I stamped the images on is white... YES, white! I sponged Ranger Faded Jeans Distress Ink on it after heat embossing all of the images.

A fun card to make... and I was toasty warm while making it, too (thanks to a furnace that seems to be running constantly).

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Stamp Sets: Raisin Boat Winter Heart and Sole and Victorine Originals Watercolor Snowman

Inks: Memento (Cottage Ivy and Paris Dusk), Ranger Faded Jeans Distress, and Versamark

Embossing Powder: SU Winter White

Papers: Recollections Blue and 110# White CS and Paper Studio Gingham DP

Embellishments: Paper Studio Snowflake-shaped Brads and Squirrel Brad from an unknown vendor

3 comments:

  1. No snow here!! But I am enjoying your snowy tree and squirrel!! Fun winter card, Jeanette!!

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  2. No snow here thankfully, but I seriously "heart" your card. Love the background.

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  3. So glad we are in summer here at the moment, Jeanette. Love your card - beautifully made, and designed too.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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