Friday, July 13, 2012

Let it Snow

I hope you enjoy my little creation today.  Actually, for me, it is a rather large creation!  I usually make an A2 (4 1/4x5 1/2in) card because, well, you can make 2 out of an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper.  But friends of mine are having a yard sale to help raise money for their adoption of a little boy from Haiti and I have been helping price items.  A benefit to helping out is that I get a preview of all the stuff.  There were a couple partial packages of blank cards and matching envelopes that I snatched up (I gave them a donation, of course) So, this card is made with one of those bases and is 6 1/2 x 5.  I also snagged some glimmer mists, Stampin' up cardstock, stampin' pastels, basic black ink pad, and heat and stick powder.  Does anyone know what exactly you used Heat n' Stick poweder for?  If you do, please let me know in the comments.  I'd really appreciate it. 
Now, on to the card details.  The challenge this week at Christmas Stampin All Year Long is to use a stamp that hasn't seen much ink.  There is no sponsor this week, but there is still a prize: a guest designer spot for a week in August!  How fun is that?  I got this snowman set (Let it snow from Gina K. Designs) a couple of months ago and had not even cut it apart.  I will definitely be using it a lot from now on: this little guy is soooo cute!  The sentiment is also from the same set.  Thanks for stopping by and if you haven't already, head over to the CSAYL blog and check out the challenge and the other Design Team members' creations.

Challenges:
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge #80--snowmen
Stampin' Sisters In Christ--Follow the plan: at least 1 circle/oval, at least 2 patterned papers, at least 1 embellishment
DRS Designs--blue Christmas
Supplies:
Paper: DCWV; Stampin' Up! Night of Navy cardstock
Stamps: Gina K. Designs "Let it snow"
Punches: Martha Stewart snowflake die; Stampin' Up! scalloped border punch

10 comments:

Michelle said...

Love the card! And you made a haul at that yard sale!

As for the Heat & Stick powder, you use it like embossing powder. Stamp your image, sprinkle the powder on and heat it with your heat tool. While it is hot, it will be sticky and you can stick things to it, like flocking. The cool thing about it is you can flock an entire image instead of just spots. It works best with bold images. Hope that helps!

Hazel said...

What a lovely card with a cute snowman - thanks for joining in my CHNC challenge 80 - hope to see you again soon - a new challenge tomorrow morning x

Janett said...

Beautiful card. Thanks for joining the challenge.

Mynnette said...

This is adorable! LOVE you snowman--and the blue background really makes him pop!!! Fabulous! :)

Catie Cuddles said...

Lovely card. Thanks for joining CHCC ... Would love to see you for the next challenge starting tomorrow too.
Catherine xxx

Shelia said...

Darling snowman image!! Great design too. Thanks for playing along in this week's challenge at DRS Designs.

Karin said...

What a cute little snowman! Great layout too :) Thanks for playing along at DRS Designs!

chrissy xx said...

JUst Gorgeous. FAbulous papers and I LOve this cute image.
Chrissyxx
You did do well lol....Looks a nice size card....

Lovely Linda said...

Hi Heather - I love that image and the'plan' you have used - perfect for the Stampin' Sisters in Christ Challenge! We appreciate your support! {{{hugs}}}
Linda SSIC Design Team

Pam said...

This is really darling and what a great neighbor you are! Thanks for playing with us at DRS Designs!