Thursday, December 6, 2012

Snowman Card for Paper Players

Hello, friends;
I've been working in different projects, tutorials, and cards for this Holiday season. I was blogging around and found out the challenge over at The Paper Players' Blog.
 We had to make a card or project with a snowman included.

Here is my card:

I cut the word snow using the Artiste cartridge from Close to my Heart at 1-3/4" on White Daisy CS. Adhere that piece of CS over another piece of design paper.

The snowman used is from the Flakey Friends from CTMH, too.

The embossing folder is from SU!
This is a very simple card, so you can make few in no time. Is a pretty card and perfect for either adults or kids.

The letters I have left after cutting "snow" were used to make this other card:
As you can see, everything was used and nothing was wasted.
Thanks for visiting and have FUN creating!


  1. These are darling! Love your use of the negative space and your coloring job is fantastic! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

  2. Oh my gosh! I LOVE both of your cards! How clever to use both the letters and the cut-out card stock! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

  3. Madeline, I LOVE the die cut snow with the blue flaked background. It really is so arresting. the little snowman at the bottom of the card is an adorable touch. So glad you joined the paper Players this week

  4. So cute! Really like what you did with the letter outlines and the embossed snowflakes. Great card!

  5. Oh my goodness...these are both wonderful! I love the darker blue peeking through those beautiful words, and your snowmen are adorable! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players this week!

  6. Too cute, Madeline! I love how you created two cards with the extra letters, too. Thank you so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)

  7. Fabulous cards, Madeline! Great use of the die-cuts & prints. Love the ribbon tied within the "O" & your cute, little snowmen. Thanks for playing along with The Paper Players. :)