Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Snow Scene

 

My sweet friend Eva sent me some new dies and I had so much fun creating a winter scene with them. Thank you Eva.  The snowman is the Marianne Design COL1332.  The other die she sent is the Marianne Design Jingle Bells COL1363.  On top of the design paper, I used the Poppy Stamps "Puffy Cloud Border" to create snow.  This die will make some great clouds, but I also thought it worked great for snow!  Glitter was added to the top edges.  The snowman was die cut and assembled, then tucked into the snow.  The tree is the Memory Box Frosted Christmas Tree.  While the die cut was still in the die, I added glue to the part of the tree showing through the front of the die, then took the die cut out; Distress Stickles Clear Rock Candy Dry Glitter was sprinkled on, for a snowy effect.  The die cut snowflakes from the Jingle Bells die, were die cut using silver glitter card stock.  The poinsettia was created using the Susan's Garden Poinsettia dies; they were die cut using red and green glitter card stock.  The jingle bells were die cut using shiny gold card stock.  They were attached to a gold cord bow and tucked under the poinsettia.

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6 comments:

Dr Sonia S V said...

Such a lovely card Selma...love the jingle bells Especially
Cheers
Dr Sonia
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Eva Van Buuren said...

Wow Selma, what a wonderful Christmas card!!
The snowman is sooooo cute and the Poinsettia really GORGEOUS!! I love it all...
Hugs, Eva.

Anonymous said...

Good Morning, Selma! Your card is BEAUTIFUL!!! How intuitive to apply the glue to the tree BEFORE popping it out. I learn sooooo much from you and your generosity in sharing your secrets with us. THANK YOU!!!!

Hugs,
Debi

Anonymous said...

Very cute.
Pat

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

I am so happy you shared this one with us. It really is starting to get me in the Holiday spirit!

Anonymous said...

Very and nice card. Char

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