It's a new month and that means the start of a new monthly challenge
over on the Merry Little Christmas Challenge Blog.
Today I have a fun 'snow themed' holiday card that was fun to create during these hot temperature days here in Ohio, USA. I hope you like it!
To create my scene I have once again torn a scrap of white card stock to create the snow. In fact, I used scraps of card stock for most of today's card. The dies I've used are all from my Sue Wilson collections ...
For the background panel I've used
My snowman & lamppost are from the 'Build A Snowman (CED3142)' set
and my sentiment is the mini expressions 'Let It Snow' set.
Here's an enlargement of the focus image ... can you see the added sparkle?
I've used Diamond Stickles in the center of each snowflake in the background as well as in the center of the holly on his hat. Yellow Stickles for the lights in the lamp post and Waterfall Stickles along the edge of the snow mounds (see full photo above).
Also, the sentiment was die cut twice and glued together for added dimension.
I hope you've enjoyed today's Christmas card and I can't wait to see what you create and share over at the Merry Little Christmas Challenge Blog.
Thanks so much for stopping by and wishing you a fabulous week ahead!
As always ...
Love the background you created. Looks great.ReplyDelete
Claire Mrs H's Crafty Corner
What a great Christmas card,love the details.xxxReplyDelete
Adorably cute scene you have created and love that cute~cute snowman, he looks so happy and we all need 'happy' right now!!ReplyDelete
OMG, Darlene, this is the cutest! The snowman and lamp post are perfect with the lattice as a backdrop. Love at first sight!ReplyDelete
so cute, love that snowman, and how you used your stickles to add sparkle to the scene!Great choice for the background die.ReplyDelete
what acute card. Everythings complements each other.Blessings to you and yours