Hi Crafty Card followers! Thia here, from Blue Moon Creation Crafting Station, with my post for this month. I decided to get a bit creative, instead of doing a penguin card, I did a snowman card but added a penguin aspect. My card is black and white. It’s also a shaker card…look closely at the above photo. See the clear sequins? Fun! I love shakers and I’ve been playing around with how I create mine. With this one, I stamped my base card front. I placed sequins into a bag and secured it between the card base front and my sheet with the cut out. Added snow (Lawn Fawn Die for grass which also makes great snowy hills! Added embossed dots for texture.) Added snowflake, sequins, and a bow to front. Fun card to say Snowmany Thanks on! Thanks for stopping by! Have a great weekend!
Greetings all and thanks for stopping by today!
Today I get to share my creation for Crafty Card Gallery’s theme for this month. I picked snow. There is nothing more peaceful than a fresh snowfall (with big flakes) in the woods. I am lucky have woods butting up against our back fence and I love seeing the snow fall in the quiet. So today my card reflects that happy feeling. Here is my card:
The “snow” on the ground is heat embossed and the big snowflakes are from Stampin’ Up. I love how this card turned out. The sponged background makes it look like the sky. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will show some bloggie love. Until next time….
I’m Christina, from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team, here to share a card I created for this months card challenge. Theme – **Snow**
Any “Frozen” fans out there?! I just love Olaf! “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman”… He’s so adorable and quirky at the same time. Check out my snowman card. Although he doesn’t have the same personality as Olaf, he’s unique in his own way.
Hi everyone! It’s me Tonya and I’m here to share a card I created for the Crafty Card Gallery blog. This month’s theme was either snow or penguins. Well, I incorporated both into my card. 🙂
I started with a folded 4″x6.5″ piece of cardstock from the Robin’s Nest.
I stamped the Penguin and verbiage onto a piece of textured white cardstock and fussy cut the penguin out and inked around the edges. I adhered scraps of cardstock and a 4″ doily to the front of the card along with the penguin and sentiment.
I added sequins, stickles and a snowflake sequins to finish out the card. If you have any questions about this card please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Friday is wonderful and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone! I know it’s Christmas time and we’re all scrambling to get our cards done. I like to pre make a kit and work on cards when I travel. On a recent trip to Disneyland I did this.
I thought I would be cool and use the time lapse function on my phone but that will clearly require more learning on my part 🙂
And another lesson. Wink of Stella pens will get gloppy (technical term) if you squeeze too hard which results in an ugly snowman
Hope you enjoyed my card – pattern paper from SEI and all cuts from my Cameo – inspired by this Tshirt we made
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!