Snowman Xmas - Love Card using the waste from other projects

November 29, 2018

Hi there, a quick post to share a cute and bright love - Christmas card.  

I put it together with waste or pieces of paper I didn't use on the projects in the previous blog post here in which I'm inviting you to use more often glossy or mirror cardstock.

So today I'm inviting you to give a second chance to your waste.

I used a  mirror cardstock panel that I  heat embossed using  Outline Snowflake Background Stamp by Simon Says Stamp. I spoiled it with the heat tool so I had to reduce its size and it wasn't large enough to make a box. Yes, I could also use it to make a tag as well :) there was no need to put it in the bin.

I also had a couple of extra images ( snowmen from little snowman agenda by Mama Elephant ) and an extra banner with a sentiment from  Tiny Word Christmas by Simon Says Stamp.

So I put all together using a  HUGE die cut sentiment from Tonic Studios called With All my Love I love large sentiments as they are great solutions for busy backgrounds.

This card measure 6 "x 4-1/2" inches.

I also used a square double stitched die by Honey Bee Stamps to add a pattern to the background panel edges.  

Very often I use square dies to create rectangular die cuts. Here is a video to show you how  I do it!  It is easy peasy 

That's all for today!

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Happy Crafting and many hugs


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  1. Bibi this is gorgeous,love the background, it's so detailed but takes nothing away from the main images. Wish we had a SSS in the UK, we miss some awesome products due to shipping costs.


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