Happy Monday Stampers ~ are you ready for some Stampin’ Up Let It Snow Ideas?
Well Jess comes back today and then we head out tomorrow for California. It will be a quick turn around for her. The girls are very excited. We have a had several great days together and we have enjoyed spending time with each other. I have worked as much as I could on my craft fair items so when I get back to North Carolina next week I will have to put it in creating mode to get the things I need completed. I will do it as well as recuperating from a whirl wind trip. Somewhere in there I have a Christmas Club to design for as well as my monthly card class. My work is never done!
Today I am starting to share ideas with the another one of the papers from my 2019 Product Share. Did you check it out? You can find all the details here . I have shared tons of ideas for these papers and there are so many more you can find on the internet. It is the perfect way to get the paper and have lots of ideas to use. My next share is the Let It Snow designer series paper. This is a beautiful winter themed paper but it is not just for winter as you will see from my ideas over the next few days. For the first card in this series I decided to use the red and white striped paper and paired it with the Over the Moon stamp set. The red reminded me of a barn so I knew I had to use the cows! I began with a panel of Whisper White card stock. I stamped the moon from the set randomly on the panel using Real Red ink. Next I took a 1 3/4″ strip of the striped paper and adhered it to the left hand side of the panel. This panel was then attached to a Real Red card base. On a scrap of Whisper White I stamped the cute dreaming cow using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. He was colored using Basic Black, Basic Gray, Daffodil Delight, and Petal Pink markers. I added some Wink of Stella to the bell to make it look shiny. The Stitched Nested Labels dies were used to cut him out. He was then added to the card base using dimensionals. To finish the card the sentiment was stamped in Real Red ink and the Classic Label punch was used to punch it out. Here is the first completed Stampin’ Up Let It Snow Ideas creation.
inside of card and envelope
I don’t know about you but these cows are just too adorable. Check out this cute image that uses a unique card front. If you have limited supplies you can easily use these stamps to create a card like this one that uses one color.
Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation
Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you. Make sure you come back tomorrow to see the next card in the Let It Snow series. Have a Marvelous Monday and make sure you order this paper so you can C.A.S.E. all of my Stampin’ Up Let It Snow Ideas!