Thursday, December 08, 2011
Raven Baca's Snowman Card
We've had a week with Peachy Keen Stamps, and we are loving all the adorable possibilities! Today, Raven Baca designed a card that , even Frosty himself would want to receive this holiday! Using the eCraft, Peachy Keen Stamps, and 3L Scrapbook Adhesives, this card is easy, and fast to make!
eCraft Peachy keen stamps card
Okay seriously yall I am so excited to share my project with
you today. It is a super quick and easy project that you can make in less than
10 minutes. Probably less. I think it’s a perfect Christmas card to reproduce.
And BTW I LOVE peachy keen stamps so much they pair just perfectly with the
eCraft! It’s as if they were meant for each other!
Here goes you will need:
Fundamentals SD Card
Peachy Keen Winter Wonderland Faces
Basic Grey Pattern Paper
And Basic Grey solid paper
Tim Holtz Winter Wonderland die
3L Dimensional adhesive
Using the Fundamentals SD card set the pressure to 4, tabs
to two and width at 3. Insert your basic grey pattern paper into the eCraft and
then position your blade into the bottom left hand corner. Select Category 2
(Frames) Image 19 and change the size to 4 inches. Press cut. ;)
Next using the Winter Wonderland die from Tim Holtz and
solid white cardstock run it through the eBosser and you will get this adorable
little snowman. He comes with a nose pointing out to the side so I just took my
kraft knife and snipped that part off. Next stamp an adorable Peachy Keen Face
on him! Dab a small amount of pink chalk onto each cheek and color in his mouth
and nose using orange and red copics (or any marker you have on hand) Tie some
twine through a blue button and knot it in the front. Punch two holes in the
middle of his stomach and attach glitter brads. Attach the frame and the
snowman with 3L dimensional adhesive. I LOVE the side effect of this card
because it has just enough umph! Voila you are all finished!!!
I hope to see your wonderful Christmas cards! If you make
some please leave us a link in the comments section so that we can all go over
and check them out!
To see more of Raven's adorable projects, visit her blog