Snow One Like You
Updated: Sep 18
I serve young women from 11-18 in my church. One of the upcoming activities we plan to have with them is making Christmas cards they can share with family and friends. I will be sharing several different cards that I made as examples of what they can make.
I stamped the snowman with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then stamped it again onto a full stick Post-it and fussy cute around it to create a mask. The igloo was then stamped behind the snowman. A mask of the igloo was also create and put in place to ink blend behind the images with blue and purple ink. The scarf and hat on the snowman were colored with Copic Markers.
The sentiment and snowflakes were then stamped in place. I hated the way the black snow flakes looked on the card. When it re-created with the young women they will be stamp with blue ink, but for this card I pulled out Lucy's Falling Snow and Cartwrights Crystal Snowflakes sequins and adhered them over the stamped snowflakes with liquid glue. Ranger Crystal Stickles were added to the center of the sequins and scattered around the top of the card to create falling snow.
A panel of light purple cardstock was cut as a mat just larger than the stitched rectangle and adhered behind it with dotliner adhesive. The focal image panel was adhered in place with the same adhesive.
· Simon Says Stamp Snow Much
· Ohuhu Markers: Dark Red, Blue Turquoise, Pink Violet, Burnt Orange
· Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
· Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass and Seedless Preserves
· Ranger Crystal Stickles
· Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
· Kokuyo Dotliner Long Adhesive
· Hammermill Premium Color 100@ White Cardstock
· Gina K. Designs 120# White Cardstock
· Gina K. Designs Base Weight Cherry Red Cardstock
· Light Purple Cardstock From Stash
· My Favorite Things A2 Stitched Rectangle
· Cartwrights Crystal Snowflakes Sequins
· Lucy’s Falling Snow Sequins