Christmas in July continues with a fun snowman card! This can be used as a Christmas card or to send a Winter Hello. It would also make a great birthday card for a winter birthday. ☃️
The stamp set I used is Holiday Hello from Unity Stamp Company. The dies I used to die cut the image and layering pieces are from the Diagonal Stitched Squares die set from Pink Fresh Studios.
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I stamped the snowman using Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink on white card stock. I colored the image with Copic markers and added a little clear glitter glue to the snow. The image is die cut with the Diagonal Stitched Square dies and layered to a red card stock square cut from the same die set. (These are the numbers of Copic marker colors I used: B02, B04, C1, C2, G82, G84, R27, R46, Y19, YR68) I stamped the “hello” with red ink on white card stock, punched it with an oval punch (this is a similar one), and layered it to a scalloped oval punched (this is a similar punch) from blue card stock.
To assemble the card, I attached a panel of red polka dot paper to a red card. I die cut a piece of blue card stock using the Diagonal Stitched Square dies and attached it to the card. I attached the snowman image to the card using foam tape and added the greeting with foam tape, too.
Just in case you were wondering, I love this adhesive and the refills for card making. And foam tape is a must for adding dimension to your cards! These would also make great stocking stuffers for you or the paper crafter in your life. 😉
I hope this card inspires you to get a head start on your Christmas card making. Don’t forget to pin it to your card making or paper crafting Pinterest board using the button below!