Happy Monday, friends! Today, I have a sweet holiday card for you using the adorable Frosty Friends Stamp set, which is a definite must have!
To make this card, I cut a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock to an A2 size. I then inked the panel with Distress Oxide inks, starting from the bottom, in Stormy Sky, Faded Jeans, and Chipped Sapphire. I splattered it with clean water, then watered down white acrylic paint for a snowy effect. Next, I heat embossed the snowflakes from the Frosty Friends set with white embossing powder and set aside.
Once again, on Bristol smooth cardstock, I stamped my images from the Frosty Friends stamp set. Next, I colored with Copic markers and added white highlights with a white gel pen. All images were then die cut using the Frosty Friends Die.
From white cardstock, I cut snowy hills using the Hill and Dale Die, and cut to 4 1/4″. Next, I started creating my little boxed scenes. Using a white grid frame I had in my stash, I attached foam tape to the back to add dimension. Before I adhered my frame, I placed my snowy hills on the background. Finally, I arranged the die cut images to my liking, and added foam tape and adhered to card.
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