Monday, November 9, 2020

Snowball Kisses

I'm sharing another shaker card with you because I am seriously hooked!!!  😀😀 The first thing I did was add some distress oxide ink to the pretty "Snowflake Flurry" stencil for the wintery background.  I covered the finished background with my acetate, filled it with shaker contents and then proceeded to complete the card on the outside of the shaker.  

I'm using an image from the super cute new "Snowball Kisses" stamp set and this one I've coloured up using my Prismacolor pencil crayons.  I'm not sure if you can see it but I've added glossy accents to give his ski goggles a shine.  😂😂

The "Merry Christmas" sentiment is also from the same collection.  

I felt like I need just a little bit more for my scene so I added a stack of pom pom's to the lower left corner.  Hee Hee .... he's ready for a snowball fight!!  

Here is a video of the shaker.  I found the shaker material a little tight in this particular card so next time I will take into consideration the height of all my contents.  I don't usually need to add a double layer of 3D foam but that might be an option I would consider next time.

I hope today's card has helped inspire you to get crackin' on those xmas cards.  They really are my favourite to create but what about you?  What are you favourite cards to create?


Prismacolor Combo's
Canary yellow, sunburst yellow, yellowed orange, mineral orange, pumpkin orange, chocolate
Spring green, apple green, grass green, dark green
Light aqua, aquamarine, cobalt turquoise
Jade green, muted turquoise, slate grey

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