I almost didn’t make it, but I managed to design a Christmas card for March! I’m trying to create a new design each month and make a few of each design to have ready for sending in November. This month’s card is super quick and easy – and I love the vintage feel of this cute snowman. 🙂
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The snowman is from the In the Meadow stamp set from Unity Stamp Company. He comes with 2 sentiments and a snowflake stamp – it is such a cute set!
I stamped the snowman with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and die cut him using the Wonky Stitch Square STAX dies from My Favorite Things. I layered the image to red card stock die cut using the same set.
I attached a piece of patterned paper to a white card and then attached my stamped image using foam tape. I stamped “Merry Christmas” (this stamp or this stamp are similar) with green ink on white card stock. I die cut it using the Essential Stitched Sentiment die set from My Favorite Things and attached it to the card.
If you’re interested, this is my favorite adhesive to use when attaching card stock and paper layers on my cards. You can find refills here.
This is such a simple card to make, but I just love the way it turned out! If you want to see the other Christmas cards I’ve made so far this year, you can find January here and February here.
Very cute. Love the stamp. I’m a sucker for a snowman 🙂
Thank you! I love them, too. 😊
Thank you! 😊
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