Fun Cards, Holidays Cards

Hope you’re having a BALL this winter!

Happy Tuesday!

Can’t believe it’s already Thanksgiving this Thursday! Are you guys all ready for winter and Christmas? I think I am….so here you go. I’m sharing a holidays card with you today!

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First, I started with my card panel by ink-blending it with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink onto a piece of Bristol Smooth card-stock. Then, I placed the Simon Says Stamp’s Falling Snow Stencil onto my card panel and applied some Studio 490 embossing paste from Wendy Vecchi. 

While waiting for my card panel to dry, I stamped the penguins and a big snowball from Inky Antics with a friendly Copic Ink, Hero Arts’ Intense Black. I colored the snowball with Copic markers BG70 and Y18 for the penguins’ feet and beaks. I fussy cut them out and put them aside.

I trimmed down my card panel to A2 sized and adhered it to my A2 size Neenah White (110 lbs) card base.  I stamped the sentiment, “Hope you’re having a BALL this winter!”, onto a piece of Neenah White (80 lbs) card stock with VersaFine Onyx Black ink. I free hand cut the shape out like a snowball. After I glued on the penguins and the big snowball, I decided to draw some small snowballs and fussy cut them out. I wanted to make a scene like the penguins were having a snowball fight. To finish the card, I used a Fabercastell color pencil to draw the water puddle onto the card panel and glued on the small snowballs and popped up the sentiment with foam tape.

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I hope you like the card. Thanks for visiting and see you all next time!

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