Friday, December 9, 2016

SNOW in South Carolina?

There are tons of cute stamps and sentiments for Christmas and winter that focus on SNOW.  
Yet living in South Carolina my entire life, my personal stash is very limited in snowmen, mittens, sleds, cute winter words etc. 
The card today is a combination of two stamp and die sets, both of which were in my box to sell ... never used.  But I decided to give them a try and am tickled with the results!

While you could use a white card base and add a blue background, I selected a light blue card base for this one.  The snow mounds are two strips cut with my old, reliable, Creative Memories wavy 12" cutter.  As an addition, I did ink the top edge of the snow mounds to give dimension before adding to the card base.  The tree stamps are a set of three with the design on each and the matching die.  The sentiment set has several holiday words that fit nicely into the die shape. So even though we don't have mounds of snow in South Carolina - I can still send mounds of Merry CHRISTmas wishes out very soon.

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and on my personal site, Not Just Scraps

Thanks for stopping by ~ 
Serving a Risen Savior, Pam 


  1. This is so cute. Living in Florida, l can relate to the lack of winter crafting items. But as usual, l learned another lesson from your blog. Ink the top of the snow. Such a wise woman.

  2. Love your trees with the different designs on them, and your snow banks look wonderful

  3. I must say those crazy trees are amazing - just love the patterns and colours. Thank you so much for entering the Christmas Cards All Year Round (Anything Christmas/Holiday) Challenge this month, lots of luck and I hope we see you again very soon. Hugs to you Sue Pxxx DT

  4. This is a really cute card, and way to go on using things in your stash that hadn't been used yet! Those trees are really cute! Thank so much for sharing with us at CCAYR! - Lori DT