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Saturday, December 22, 2012

Snowy Snowman

Happy Saturday. For some of us today is the first official day of Christmas Vacation! How exciting! I know that for me personally i am so looking forward to this vacation. Spending time with family and friends! Our family has so many things to do over this "vacation" time, we are going to need a vacation to help us rest from our "vacation", lol. But it is all worth it!!

For today's card i thought i would share with you the card that i made for my daughter. Granted, she is only 1 but i plan on making her a card each and every year!

I decided to made a 3 dimensional card this year.  Above is what the front looks like. A snowman for each member of our family.  Here is a look from the side, so you can see how it stands up...
For today's featured product i wanted to highlight on the Stylin' Snowfolk stamp set that i used to make my snow people. What a great holiday set!
Hope you all enjoyed. Until next time...
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Supply List:
Pool Party Card Stock, Whisper White Card Stock, Bashful Blue Ink, Stylin' Snowfolk Stamp Set, Melon Mambo Card Stock, Melon Mambo Ink, Wisteria Wonder Ink, Wisteria Wonder Card Stock, Pumpkin Pie Card Stock, Pumpkin Pie Ink, Island Indigo Ink, Cherry Cobbler Ink, Stamp a-ma-jig, Soft Suede Card Stock, Wild Wasabi Card Stock, Wild Wasabi Ink, EK Success Tree Punch, Serene Snowflakes (retired), Dimensionals, Jewels, Paper Trimmer, Sponge Dauber, Jewels, Googlies


  1. Hi,

    I just found your blog today from the Open Sea card you posted in the gallery on SCS. I'm always getting sucked into peoples blogs from the gallery, lol!

    Your Dec 22nd card really caught my eye. Great looking card! Could you share the details? What dimenensions is the card and where did you score it?

    Thanks! I'll check back for an answer. Tried your email address but my email program kept saying it was invalid.

    1. Hi there! Thank you for your kind words! The card base is 5 1/2" x 12 and then you score at 2", 4", and 8". If you want your "hill" as i call it to be smaller, just move the measurements down until you get the look that you want. Hope this helps!