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Snowman card with Dawn Visit my web site for more stamped projects DawnsStampingThoughts
Hi stampers! Does this look familiar? I ran with that funky card that we all loved and made them into a snowman card. Is it not cute? All right, so let me show. Now, this actually is cut down to actually fit into a standard size envelope. I just want to show that it does fit. See. And these are the clear envelopes that stampin’ up self. Now, this was the clear envelope that I also used in the previous video with my clear envelope purse, candy purse and these are the translucent envelopes but these are the ones that we use for that video, and then you can also mail your projects in the mail with those two.
Okay, so let us get started. I am going to show you what you are going to need for you snowman card. All right, so you are going to need the trio flower punch, you are going to punch three of those out with the real red cardstock, and then the ½” circle punch. You are going to punch out 6 of those in black and then you are going to punch out two black with the 1” circle punch, 1 ¼” circle punch with the Pumpkin pie and then 1 3/8” circle punch with the Whisper white.
Okay, so let us go ahead and adhere our face together. I am going to go ahead and put the eyes together first. Actually you are going to use three of those punches with the Whisper white. I am sorry I forgot to tell you that.
So I am just going to layer the black unto the weight and then I am going to trim the Whisper white. I am going to cut that in half to make these eyebrows or his eyelids like that. And then you are also going to cut the Pumpkin pie in half and I am just going to use ½ for the nose. Okay. So then we got the eyes and everything put together. Now, let us show you the card.
Now, the card is actually pretty small, the Whisper white. The Whisper white is cut at 7 7/8” x 3 1/4” and then you are just going to fold that in half to make your card. And then the black cardstock; this is going to be for hat. The black part is cut at 2 ½ x 3 ¼” and then top hat rim is cut at ½” x 4 ¼”. Okay, so we are going to go ahead and adhere our hat together.
And what I am going to do is I am going to take the bottom edge of my rim and I am going to line that up with the bottom part of my hat. Kind of center in it.
Like that. And then I am going to take my base card and I am going to adhere this to the top but I am going to use this rim right here at the very top as my guide as to where I am going to place this on my card. I just want that right above the fold line. You cannot see it very good when I am trying to show you on the camera there. Yes, I want to be right at that rim section because that makes the full-size card. And then I am going to go ahead adhere my eyes, I am going to use dimensionals, I think.
I am going to take my eyebrow.
Okay, so there is his eyes and then we are going to go ahead and do his—you know what I am going to do his mouth first because we can position his nose when his mouth is on. So just go ahead and put his mouth on. You should be able to put six of the ½” circle punches for the mouth and you could always rearrange the mouth once you get them on. You want to reposition them.
There it is. I am using my dabber, I am just going to dab on some Pretty in pink.
Okay. And then I am just going to put my nose on last.
Okay. And then to make his eyes.
Put his eyes going that way, I guess, instead of the other way the way I did it before. And then for the top of my hat, I am just going to turn this so I do not smear that white, I am just going to do some frost stitching with my white gel pen along the brim of my hat.
Okay. Then I am just going to adhere the three flowers.
Add some doodle dots to the center of those, and then you can stamp your greeting over here on the side, the top. And then for the eyelids, I am going to go ahead and add some 2-way glue and some glitter. I am just going to scribble that on there.
Okay, here we go. Really cute. Here is the finish one. All right, stampes we will see you later. Thank you. Bye!