Monday, October 6, 2014

Let It Snow


I love to create scenes with stamps and dies.  Today I decided to work with one of my old Hero Arts snowman stamps called "Stove-Pipe Snowman".  He was stamped on white card stock and colored with Copic Markers.  For the blue background, I used the Metallic Blueberry Gelato.  I scribbled it on the Non-Stick Craft Sheet and sprayed it with water to make a watercolor then brushed it on.  For the snowbanks, I die cut the Poppystamps Puffy Cloud Border a bunch of times and fit it around the snowman.  The trees were die cut with the Impression Obsession Fir Trees Die.  Above the snowman I drew snowballs and glued on some tiny Styrofoam balls I bought at the hobby shop.  Down by the bottom of the snowman, I glued more Styrofoam balls to form a mound of snowballs.  The snowflakes and sentiment are from the JustRite "Large Fancy Holiday Sentiments" stamp set.  (This stamp set is on sale right now.)

Thank you for stopping by.  


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8 comments:

Stamps and Paper said...

Lovely snowman image Selma...super card

Anne

Rita said...

Love your frosty Snowman Selma. Have a Good Day. Hugs Rita xxx

Anonymous said...

such a cute idea.... I love the idea of juggling the snow balls... Thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity

Eva Van Buuren said...

Lovely Winter Card, Selma!
I also love the snowmen....and these is very cute!
Hugs, Eva.

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

This is such a cute card, Selma!

Anonymous said...

Oh how sweet this is! It made me giggle. Great job, Selma! ~Debi~

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

I share your love of snowmen Selma! This card is just adorable!

Martie Rollin said...

Ya just gotta luv those snowballs flying around and piled up...so cute!

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