Hello! Today’s tutorial is a sweet snowman winter card made using the stamps and dies from MFT Stamp, Lawn Fawn, and Winnie & Walter. I used the Cool Christmas stamp & die combo for the snowman and trees. For the sentiment, I used the Sketchy Thoughts. The background scene was created using Snowfall Backdrop – Portrait and Stitched Mountain Range.
This post is also part of my Cards for Little Hearts’ Winter-Theme & Holiday Cards Collection. This collection runs from October 1st – November 1st. Please consider sending in a card or two and help us bring joy and comfort to heart patients this holiday season. For the complete guidelines, please check out Cards for Little Hearts’ website.
Card | Sending Warm Wishes Winter
- (stamps) MFT Cool Christmas stamp set, Winnie & Walter Sketchy Thoughts
- (die-cut) MFT’s Cool Christmas, MFT Stitched Mountain Range Die-Namics, and Lawn Fawn Snowfall Backdrop – Portrait
- (cardstock) Bazzill Whirlpop, Neenah Solar White
- (ink pads) Simon Says Stamp Intense Black
- (tools) MISTI, Sizzix Big Shot, cutting pads, paper trimmer, metal snipper, craft scissor, acrylic block, bone folder
- (other) Copic markers in (YG06, YG09, YG13, YG23, E33, E47, Y15, Y17, Y38, RV29, R35, R37, R39, YR09, BG05, BG07, BG23, N2, N4, N6, N8, N10, W00), multiliner pen, white pen, foam tape, glue
- Create an A2 size (4-1/4″x5-1/2″) top folded card base in white.
- Cut and adhere the Snowfall Backdrop in Whirlpop to the card front.
- Stamp sentiment onto the white stitched mountain range layer. Adhere to the card front with foam tape.
- Stamp and color the snowman, trees, and smoke. Cut them out with the die set combo. Then, adhere to the scenic card front with foam tape.
Copic markers combo: YG06, YG09, YG13, YG23, E33, E47, Y15, Y17, Y38, RV29, R35, R37, R39, YR09, BG05, BG07, BG23, N2, N4, N6, N8, N10, W00
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