Warm Heart, Cold…Snowmen?

I know it’s not ‘snowman’ time, but I couldn’t resist playing with the new stamp set called “Spirited Snowmen.”  Prior to this, I didn’t own a snowman set, so it was a delight to finally see one in the new catalog!  Here’s my first ever card!

Spirited Snowmen - Wood Textures Designer Series Paper - Under the Mistletoe - Linen Thread - Mary Hanson - Up North Stampin'

Is that snowman not the CUTEST thing you’ve ever seen?  Here’s the stamp set:

Spirited Snowmen Stamp Set

To create this card, I started with a card base of Whisper White Thick card stock.  I cut a panel from the Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Papers cut to 2 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ inches, and adhered that to the base.

I stamped the snowman image with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on a scrap of Whisper White Thick cardstock and colored it with Old Olive, Crumb Cake, and Real Red Stampin’ Blends.  Fun, fun!  From there, I used my Big Shot to cut Mr. Snowman out using the Stitched Shapes Framelits dies.  I used my Aqua Painter and dipped the brush into the cap of my Winter White Shimmer Paint and painted a little glimmery shadow on the snowman and topped it off with three Basic Rhinestones.

Spirited Snowmen THE Closeup - Under the Mistletoe - Linen Thread - Mary Hanson - Up North Stampin'

Finally, I stamped the little holly stamp on a scratch piece of Whisper White cardstock, colored it and cut it out with my snips.  I attached it with a glue dot and then tied three strands of Linen Thread together to adorn the greenery, attached with a glue dot as well.

That was it!  It was pure joy to make this card, and I have another one to show you tomorrow!  Shop with me below to get the supplies to make this darling card — you’ll have endless hours of fun creating your snowmen projects.

Don’t forget about my September special — any order of $50 will earn you your choice of any color of Stampin’ Blend!  Just email me with your pick.  Here’s the Host Code to use in order to get in on this offer:  H4MYKPFX

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