Wednesday, December 19, 2012

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Less than one week until Christmas!  I love this cut from the Snow Folks cartridge!

This is a 4.5" x 4.5" card and I used a corner punch to round the corners.  

The stamped sentiment is from the 'Tis the Season stamp set.  I love that you can curve these stamps on your block!

I added a metal snowflake brad to the center of my paper snowflake.  

I cut theses snow ladies at 3.5".  I inked the edges of all pieces with walnut and antique linen distress ink, then chalked the cheeks.

All of the patterned paper is from My Minds Eye (Holly Jolly 6x6 pad).

 Merry Christmas!  It really is the most wonderful time of the year!


  1. Beautiful! I love how the snowmen are looking up at the sentiment!

  2. I love this card the image is adorable and I love the layout it's beautiful. Caroline xxx

  3. This is so darn cute...gorgeous!! Lee-Ann :)

  4. Wow, your card is stunning!!!

    Scrappy hugs,
    Amanda :0)

  5. Love this!!! It's amazing :)


  6. Very sweet card, love those snow ladies!

  7. This is such a sweet card!

  8. I love your card and especially the metal snow flake you added! Merry Christmas!

  9. I love the way the snowmen are looking at the snow flake! Cute!

  10. Merry Christmas! You're card is beautiful. I love that you softened the edges of your card. It gives it a rustic feel. I didn't know you could bend this stamps. TFS.

  11. Beautiful card Kimberly! The papers are so pretty and just love the cuts and awesome sentiment! Another gorgeous card!
    Sherrie K

  12. Oh my gosh, this is SO adorable!! LOVE those snow people and the background paper is perfect!

  13. Such a wonderful & lovely card!
    Have a wonderful day,

  14. This is too cute! And it might have just pushed me over the edge to purchase the snow folks cartridge! :)

    I really enjoy how you inked the edges. It gives the whole card such a nice appeal.

  15. how and what do you use to ink the edges with. cant seem to get it to look like that. ty ronni

    1. I ink the edges with walnut distress ink and then blend it a bit with antique linen distress ink (Both from Ranger). I use a sponge with a handle sold by Ranger, but you could buy one of the large yellow sponges at your local hardware store and that would work just fine too. Hope that helps!

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