We had some snow a couple weeks ago where I live but some double digit temperatures melted it the following week. There snow was perfect for building a snowman - you know, the wet, heavy kind. A few children in my neighbourhood decided to do just that.......and unknowingly inspired me!
I coloured the stamp with alcohol markers and along with a few "extras" while I was at it. I mounted my image on cardstock and fussy cut my "extras".
I went with some none traditional Christmas colours on this card which ended up being perfect for the new Stampendous "Snow" I used for the corners and under the snowball. This is a great new product that you don't need extra ink for - you place it and heat it! How easy is that! It has pink, blue and yellow flecks in it - perfect for the colours I chose. Gotta love when a road trip to One Crazy Stamper gives you the perfect product to finish a card with!
After adding my "snow", I stamped my sentiment, matted it and added my two "extras". I added a fence and a bingo card to finish it off.
Stamp: Snowman Snowball - High Hopes Rubber Stamps
Sentiment: Christmas Script - High Hopes Rubber Stamps
Patterned Paper: December Documented - Simple Stories, The Paper Studio, Sugar Plums - Doodlebug Designs
Ink: Old Olive - Stampin' Up
Die: Fence and Lampost - YNS
"Snow" - Stampendous
Spectrum Noir Makers: CR7 CR11 OR1 GB5 BT1 BT4 BT6 BT7 CT1 CT2 CT4 GB11 BP1 BP2 BP4 BP6 1B1 1G1 1G2 1G4 1G7 CG1 DG2 DG4 DR5 D57 Black
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