Oh my gosh! These snowmen in the Be Merry Collection from Spellbinders are so dang cute! I’m not a fan of cold and winter and snow… but I LOVE snowmen. Yeah, I know, that’s weird. 🙃
For the first card, I stamped the Friendly Snowmen clear stamp set onto watercolor paper with Versamark Onyx Black ink, heat embossed with clear embossing powder, and then painted them with my favorite Watercolor Paint from Altenew. I used my Brother ScanNCut electronic cutting machine to cut out the images but you could fussy cut them as well. There were enough little snow people to make several cards but I created just two. The silver embossed sentiment is from this stamp set as well.
To jazz up the project I used metallic silver card stock and the Filigree Snowflake embossing folder from Simon Says Stamp. I then added some blingy, silver metallic half round pearls for more shiny fun.
For the second card, I used my Platinum 6 die cutter and another Spellbinders die set called Standard Circles for the… you guessed it, circles. 😆 A paper pack from a card kit from last year made it into the background along with some brushed silver card stock. The silver heat embossed sentiment is from another stamp set in the Be Merry Collection called Home for Christmas Sentiments. Foam squares for dimension, more Bearly Art precision craft glue, and irridescent sequins finished off this pretty Christmas card.
I hope you enjoyed these pretty card projects. Have a wonderful day and thanks for hanging out with me! 😘
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