Monday, 25 November 2019

Stampers Showcase Blog Hop - Winter Wonderland



Hello and welcome to the Stampers Showcase "Winter Wonderland" Blog Hop!
it has been fun to create for this challenge. I have used Designer Series Paper to create my project for this challenge. I love all things Snowman and isn't this Let it Snow Specialty Designer Series Paper just the cutest!



I started with a Pool Party card base measuring 21cm x 14.8cm scored and folded in half. I then cut another piece of Pool Party card stock to 10cm x 14.4cm and added this layer to the card base using glue to adhere.  I then cut the Snowflake DSP to 9.7cm x 14.1cm. I also cut the Real Red and Pool Party Striped DSP to 14.4cm x 2.5cm and glued the Striped piece to the left hand side of the Snowflake DSP.

I cut the image of the Snowman out of the DSP using a Oval Layering Die. The a Piece of Real Red card stock using a larger sized oval die. I then cut a larger scalloped oval out of Pool Party DSP. I glued the snowman piece onto the Real Red piece then glued these to the Scalloped Oval Pool Party card stock. 

 I used dimensionals to pop this layered image up in the centre of the card. I then stamped the Sentiment from Itty Bitty Christmas in Real Red ink on Whisper White card stock and punched it out with the Classic Label Punch. I popped this sentiment up with dimensionals to look like it is being held by the cute Snowman.

Please make sure that you head over to  Stacey Marsh's post for another amazing Winter Wonderland creation. Please click on the next button below to go to her blog post.



Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog today. 
I hope you have an amazing week and find some time to be creative!

Leonie
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20 comments:

  1. So sweet! Your little snowman just makes me smile, love your design too. :)

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    1. Thank you Dana! I love the DSP for this card xx

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  3. What a happy card Leonie, I love the cheeky little snowman x

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  4. What a cute card. Such a great use of the DSP! Lx

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    1. Thank you Liz! I wanted to create something with just the DSP to show how it can be used alone x

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  5. Cute card. I love this paper too

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    1. Thank you Sue. It is a gorgeously sweet DSP pack xx

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