Today the Lawn Fawn Design Team is showcasing the new Frosty Friends Stamp Set on the Lawn Fawn Blog. I am a sucker for snowmen and this stamp set is quickly becoming a favorite. I love how you can create-your-own snowmen with the components of this set.
For my card, I chose to create a simple, fairly flat design but with lots of layers of paper to give it that dimension that really makes a card pop.
Card How To:
- Die cut tree (KBD This & That: Gratitude Kit) to 5.5" tall to fit the side of 5.5x4.25" card. Stamp tree with Hero Arts Woodgrain Design Block Stamp using Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip Ink.
- Stamp background of card with snowflakes from Frosty Friends stamp set using Colorbox Frost White Ink.
- Die cut "snow" from PTI Rustic White Cardstock using the following design from Silhouette Online Store:
- Distress Edges of snow with Tim Holtz Distresser. Stamp greeting on top "snow" layer using SU Baja Breeze and Real Red Inks.
- Stamp snowman, hat, scarf and birds on Neenah Solar White Cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and color in with Copic Markers. Add "texture" to scarf with Hero Arts Envelope Pattern Design Block Stamp and Tumbled Glass Distress Ink.
- Stamp snowman arms and birds (for their legs) on the card base using SU Chocolate Chip Ink.
- Assemble cut out pieces to card as shown. Add googly eyes to finish design.
SUPPLIES (click on photos for links):
Click HERE to see another card I created featuring Frosty Friends.
Click HERE to see the Lawn Fawn Design Team's projects showcasing Frosty Friends.
Leave a comment on the Lawn Fawn Blog HERE for a chance to win all three of the Lawn Fawn stamp sets featured during September's Inspiration Week!
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