I have a Yeti or Not card to share today, which I had a lot of fun creating.

I started the card by working on the background. I die cut a stitched rectangle window from a piece of white card. I’ll keep the positive die cut to use on this card later. I left a larger space at the bottom edge, so I could stamp a sentiment from the Yeti or Not stamp set.

On the card base, I added a blend of distress oxides inks to create a wintery sky. I used Squeezed Lemonade, Spun Sugar and Shaded Lilac. I spritzed it with lots of water to create droplets, which gives the look of snow falling.

From the positive rectangle piece, I die cut two snowy banks using the Hill and Dale die set. I also die cut a row of mountains using the Glacier Peaks die set. By using the positive rectangle piece to die cut each scene element, it means they will all slot into the window aperture perfectly. It also minimises the dimension, which is a big plus for me when mailing Christmas cards.

On the snowy banks, I added a line of embossing ink to the top edges, before heat embossing with WOW Diamond White embossing glitter. I also used the same glitter for the snowy peaks on the mountains.

On the mountains, I added some distress oxides in Hickory Smoke and Black Soot. I then adhered the frame and all the scene pieces onto my card base.

I stamped some images from the Yeti or Not stamp set, coloured them with copic markers, and die cut with the coordinating dies. I added them all to the card, using foam tape for some elements to add some dimension.

Have a lovely day,