Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Happy Snowman

I haven't played with my Cold Play stamp set in forever! So, while I was coming up with possible cards for the fund raiser class, I thought it might be fun to bring back an oldie but a goodie. The hat & scarf were stamped separately, cut out and glued on after the fact.

This layout is from Lauren Meader's Saturday sketch #5. Aren't her sketches the best?

The color combination for this card came from the Color Coach. It's one of my favorites and a little non-traditional for a Christmas card. I decided to make one of the layers out of vellum card stock to soften the bordering blue beneath it. This is a technique that Lauren uses a lot and it was fun to try it out.

Stamps: Cold Play
Ink: Bordering Blue, So Saffron, Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie
So Saffron Bordering Blue, More Mustard, Whisper White, Vellum card stock
Accessories: French Blue Grosgrain Ribbon


Lauren (mytime) said...

Oh I love it! I especially LOVE that you used YELLOW for a Christmas/winter card! What a great out of the box color scheme for a holiday card!

Nancy Riley said...

SOOOOOOO cute! Lovin' the So Saffron and Bordering Blue together!

doublesmom said...

Thank you for creating a fun card w/o cutting out those darn stick arms. I love this set, but dread cutting out the arms. Very nice card to share with friends, as Nancy did with me. TFS

rozie640 said...

Adorable little snowman!!! The color combo is great, nice to see Christmas cards that aren't red & green!!

Nicole Anderson said...

Me too, have to applaud the YELLOW!!! That is a pretty surprise for a winter-season card!

My Paper World said...

So cute! and the colour combo for a christmas card is fantastic, I love it!

StampingJoan said...

love this!!! The colors are great together and the vellum softens it! A great demonstratable card too!