Hello!  Today I am sharing another winter card featuring the sweet fox and sentiment from Honey Bee Stamps’ Warm Wishes.  For the snowfall background, I ink blended the Memory Box Snowy Circle craft die with Hero Arts’ Shadow Mid-tone ink pad in Cornflower Blue.  The fox was colored with Copic markers.

This post is also part of my Cards for Little Hearts’ Winter-Theme & Holiday Cards CollectionThis collection runs from October 1st – November 1stPlease 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 |  Fox Snowy Circle Winter

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  1.   Create an A2 size (4-1/4″x5-1/2″) side folded card base using white cardstock.
  2.   Cut out an A2 size (4-1/4″x5-1/2″) flat card layer in white cardstock.
  3.   Create a circle window on the card layer, top-center using the Snowy Circle.  Then stamp the sentiment on in the bottom right-hand corner.  Adhere the window card layer to the card front with foam tape.
  4.   Ink blend the Snowy Circle negative in Cornflower Blue.  Then insert it into the window card layer, attaching it to the card front with foam tape.
  5.   Stamp and color the fox.  Stamp the stitched design onto fox’s sweater.  Fizzy cut it out and adhere to the window card layer.

Copic markers combo:  BG05, BG07, BG23, YG03, YG06, YG09, YG13, YG67, YR09, Y17, Y38, R11, R30, N2, N6, N8, W00, W00


Christina Hor

Christina is a mother of three, a card maker and a self-taught artist who loves to spread joy and kindness to others through handmade cards and arts. In 2015, Christina joined a group of Heart Center nurses at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) to bring comfort to bereaved parents with personalized, handmade sympathy cards and discovered the deep impact a handmade card can have on the babies’ families, helping them to grieve in a healthy way. Wanting to spread smiles and hope to other heart patients and their families at NCH, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016, with the assistance of several fellow crafters, Christina launched the first winter-themed holiday card drive on her hobby blog Christina Hor Designs and Cards for Little Hearts (formerly known as Hug a Heart) was founded. Christina resides in Ohio with her husband Kan (Pediatric Cardiologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital), two daughters and son.

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