If you are in all of this bad weather like I am, then you’re going to feel like a snow family, so why not make a Snow Family Card to celebrate (and get through) your cabin fever!? I can’t wait until our ice/snow melts and I can venture outside again without being scared that I’ll fall and break something. I hope you are all safe as we get on with our delightful holiday season!
This card is super fun to make! You have stamps. You have coloring (a personal fav). You have sequins. What more can you ask for, right? I used the adorable Kaisercraft Gingerbread paper for this card and I love the holiday colors! I also love that it’s double sided because I wanted the inside of my card to be cute too! The snow family stamp by Deep Red Stamps is too adorable not to have this holiday season. Maybe it’s just me, but connecting little packs of snow couldn’t have turned out more adorable than this stamp! Just stamp, color, and cut out. Next I embossed a piece of white paper just to give it some snowy texture, put the card together and then added some adorable Teresa Collins’ sequins. I never thought I would use sequins on a card, but it is sooo cute! I used scor-tape to stick them on, but I would advise to use some liquid or hot glue to make them stick a little better.
Like I said before, I wanted the inside of the card to have some aestheticism too, so I used the Spellbinders‘ Labels Thirty-Two as the journaling section. I think this die has a very ornament, holiday feel to it and I love it! I made “stitches” around the edges with a black sharpie.
PK451 – Kaisercraft Gingerbread Paper
4×503008 – Deep Red Stamps Snow Family
CL644 – Hero Arts Bring on the Merry Stamps
S4-407 Spellbinders Labels Thirty-Two
FS1031 – Teresa Collins Family Stories Sequins
4039 – Want2Scrap Sleep Strips Pearls White
2274 – Want2Scrap Pearls Gun Metal
202 – 1/4″ Scor-Tape
AF101 – Hero Arts Ink Black
Striped Embossing Folder
Thanks and Happy Scrappin!