Saturday, November 16, 2019

Snowman Season Frosted Frames

My first time playing with the Frosted Frames and just love how this die makes my card look WOW.
I used the color Seaside Spray and then stamped the snowman from Snowman Season with my Memento Black ink and colored him with Stampin' Blends.

Here are the instructions for my card:

Stamp Sets:  Snowman Season

Cardstock:  Thick Whisper White, Whisper White, Seaside Spray

Ink:  Memento Black

Stampin’ Blends:  Seaside Spray, Pumpkin Pie

Other:  Big Shot, Frosted Frames Dies, Multipurpose Glue



1.     The base of the card is Thick Whisper White cardstock cut at 4-1/4” x 11 and scored at 5-1/2” in the middle.

2.    Use the Seaside Spray cardstock to die cut the Frosted Frames Die and for the Whisper White for the insert to stamp the snowman on.  Attach to the front of the card using Multipurpose Glue.

3.    Ink up the snowman stamp with Memento Black ink and stamp on the Whisper White insert.  Color the snowman in with the Stampin’ Blends.  Adhere insert to the center of the Frosted Frame Die with Multipurpose Glue.

4.    Inside:  Ink up the sentiment “Merry Christmas” with Seaside Spray ink.

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Friday, November 15, 2019

Snowman Season - Build a Snowman

This is a adorable card that I cased it from Cindy Brumbaugh.  I love snowmen, but not so much the snow.  The paper snowman is so much for fun to make.  The stamp set is called Snowman Season in the 2019 Holiday Catalog on page 20.  It also bundles up with a snowman punch.  

Here are my instructions:


Stamp Sets:  Snowman Season, Snow Front

Cardstock:  Pool Party, Basic Black, Whisper White

Ink:  Memento Black

Stampin’ Blends:  Pool Party Combo, Pumpkin Pie Dark

Other:  Snowman Builder Punch, Paper Snips, Multipurpose Liquid Glue, Dimensionals, Rhinestone Basic Jewels



1.     The base of the card is Pool Party cardstock cut at 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” and scored at 4-1/4” in the middle.  (Tip:  If making more than one card, use a whole sheet of 8-1/2” x 11” and first score at 4-1/4” and then cut in half at 5-1/2” to save time)

2.    The next layer is Basic Black cardstock cut at 4” x 5-1/4” and adhered to the front of the base with Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

3.    The third layer is Whisper White cardstock cut at 3-3/4” x 5”.  Use the Snow Front landscape stamp in Pool Party ink and stamp at the bottom of the Whisper White cardstock on the left and then on the right, and then in the middle.

4.    Ink up the sentiment “Let it Snow” with Memento Black ink and stamp in the very top left corner.

5.    Ink up the snowman with Memento Black ink and stamp three snowmen on Whisper White scrap cardstock.  Remember to leave space in between each one.  Punch each one out.  (Trick for Builder Punches:  Punch out on a scrap to use the scrap cardstock for a negative piece to align your stamps right where the holes are to pick all the stamps up with one block.  This is so that you can punch out all your pieces at once after stamping instead of individually).

6.    Punch out all pieces, but we won’t be using the hats.  On the first snowman, use the Paper Snips to cut out the bottom of the snowball but leave the black at the top.  Lay it on the left of the card.  On the second snowman, cut off the two bottom snowballs leaving the black at the top.  For the third snowman, leave him whole but color his nose with the Pumpkin Pie Blend.  Use the Pool Party Stampin’ Blend on the left side of the snowman and the snow balls to give dimension.  Lay them on the Pool Party landscape for placement.

7.    Ink up the snowflake stamp with Pool Party and stamp above each snowball and snowman.

8.    Attach snowball/snowman with Dimensionals.

9.    Add Rhinestones to the Pool Party snowflakes.

10.  Add the sticks for the arms on the final snowman with Multipurpose Glue and leave two others on the ground.


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Perfectly Plaid Banner Card

Another Perfectly Plaid card but I used the Tin Tile 3D Embossing Folder for the background.  I love the Shaded Spruce and Cherry Cobblers colors together.  The Pine Tree Punch is a must with the Perfectly Plaid set.  The Gold Foil scallop circle really adds glitz to the card.

Here is the instructions for my card:


Stamp Sets:  Perfectly Plaid

Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler, Shaded Spruce, Gold Foil, Whisper White, Wrapped in Plaid DSP

Ink:  Shaded Spruce, Cherry Cobbler

Other:  Big Shot, Pine Tree Punch, Tin Tile Dynamic TIEF, Layering Circles Dies, Triple Banner Punch, Rectangles Stitched Framelit Dies, Multipurpose Glue, Snail Adhesive, Dimensionals



1.     The base of the card is Cherry Cobbler cardstock cut at 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” and scored at 4-1/4” in the middle.

2.    The second layer is Shaded Spruce cardstock cut at 4” x 5-1/4” and inserted into the Tin Tile Dynamic TIEF and adhered to the front of the card with Multipurpose Glue.

3.    The third layer is 2” x 5” of Wrapped in Plaid DSP and inserted into the Triple Banner Punch to create a banner for the middle of the card.  Attach with Multipurpose Glue.

4.    Next, die cut a Whisper White circle (3rd largest)  and a Gold Foil Scalloped circle with the Layering Circles Dies in the Big Shot to layer them together.  Attach with Snail Adhesive.

5.    Die cut a rectangle from Whisper White using the Rectangles Stitched Framelit Dies in the Big Shot.  Ink up “Merry Christmas” sentiment in Cherry Cobbler.  Add Dimensionals to the back and adhere below the layered circles.

6.    Ink up the Christmas tree stamp with Shaded Spruce on Whisper White scrap paper.  Punch out with the Pine Tree Punch and attach to the Whisper White circle with Dimensionals.

7.    Add 3 to 5 Real Red Rhinestones to the card.

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Perfectly Plaid - Old Olive

Plaid is in!  This plaid Christmas tree stamp from Perfectly Plaid goes great with the Old Olive Toile Tidings DPS,  I love to use the Subtle Embossing Folder in the background which it makes it look like linen.  Here are my instructions for this card.



Stamp Set:  Perfectly Plaid

Cardstock:  Old Olive, Thick Very Vanilla, Very Vanilla, Toile Tidings DSP.

Ink:  Old Olive

Other:  Big Shot, Subtle Embossing Folder, Stitched Nested Labels Dies, Pine Tree Punch, Linen Thread, Star Designer Elements, Multipurpose Glue, Dimensionals, Glue Dot



1.     The base of the card is Thick Very Vanilla cardstock cut at 4-1/4” x 11” and scored at 5-1/2” in the middle.

2.    The second layer is Old Olive cardstock cut at 4”x 5-1/4” and inserted into the Subtle Embossing Folder and run through the Big Shot.

3.    The third layer is Toile Tidings DSP cut at 4” x 2-1/2” and adhered to the middle of the Old Olive cardstock with Multipurpose Glue.

4.    Use Very Vanilla cardstock to die cut using the second largest die from the Stitched Nested Labels Dies.  Ink up the “Merry Christmas” with Old Olive ink and stamp at the bottom of the Very Vanilla Die.  Use Dimensional to pop up on the card front.

5.    Ink up the plaid Christmas tree stamp with Old Olive and stamp on a scrap of Very Vanilla cardstock.  Use the Pine Tree Punch to punch it out.  Attach Dimensionals on the back and adhere above the Merry Christmas sentiment.  Attach a bow made from Linen Thread with a Glue Dot at the bottom of the tree and add a gold star at  the top using the Star Designer Elements.


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