30 Days of Christmas - Day 6

Good day bloggers.

It's our first Sunday together.  This is new to me because I never blog on Sundays; but if you want to be in on my secret, I've been blogging a few days ahead from the time you read this... hehe.  Thank goodness for scheduled blog posts, right? 

It's day 6 and I'm excited to share today's card.  I saw this cute paper pieced snowman on a card (on Pinterest) and thought that I might be able to incorporate it into my next card.  A lot of people have made several versions of this snowman, but I wanted to make mine different which is why I added a hat.  Just by using several punches (from what you might already own) and cutting parts off and gluing parts together, you can make this cute little snowman too!!

(click on photo to enlarge) 

For the banner I used Echo Park's "Holly Jolly Christmas" paper pad, and for once in my life I'm so glad it's double sided.  Why?  Because normally I can't decide which side to use (since they're both always so adorable).  This time I was able to use both sides being that the banner die allowed me to cut both pieces in one shot!!  =)

The snowy ground was made by penciling some hills on patterned paper, cutting and distressing the layers. 

I had fun making this card.  You'll see more Christmas kraft cards in this 30 Days of Christmas event, so stay tuned!!

x0, Damaris

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* Kraft card & envelope
* Echo Park - "Holly Jolly Christmas" 6x6 pad
* Recollections brown, black, orange and white cardstock
* MFT Die-namics - fishtail banner 
* Uni-ball Signo - white gel pen
* Studio G. bling
* Studio G. alphabet stamp set 
* Fiskars - "Seasons Greetings" cling stamp set
* Fiskars tiny snowflake punch
* Fiskars 1/2" circle punch ("MERRY")
* Crop-a-dile (eyes & buttons)
* Fiskars 2" & 1" circle punches (body)
* Stampin' Up 1 1/5" circle punch (body)
* Stampin' Up square punch (hat)
* Stampin' Up snowflake punch (arms)
* Stampin' Up dimensionals 
* Martha Stewart soft mint green ribbon
* Martha Stewart rocket punch (nose)
* Versafine black ink
* Iridescent sparkle embossing powder
* Distress ink - vintage photo
* ADHESIVES: Scotch quick-dry, ATG gun, hot glue


jessica said...

I LOVE this card!! The paper is beautiful! The banner is such a great touch and that adorable snowman rocks!!

Dottie said...

Adorable! That snowman is just too cute!

Hopelynn said...

love the banner and the paper! hopelynn hopelynnv76@msn.com

kim.scrapper said...

Damaris, your cards are adorable. That snowman is so cute, another scraplift project, Hugz

sarajeank said...

another great one love the touch of the snowman.keep it up girl.sarah

Sonia said...

too cute! the snowman is very fitting! - Sonia

crafty jo said...

love the snowman great job hugs joanne

Sharon said...

I tell you, I gotta get into this Pinterest thing. Love the banner.

ttc4toolong said...

I love this card!!! I am a sucker for banners! I wish I had a die cutting machine to be able to make beautiful banners like this! The snowman is adorable!! Okay you need to move to Chicago so you can teach me how to make beautiful cards like yours!!!


An'Jenic G. said...

Wow I really love this card and how cute is your snowman i see scaplifting here. Thanks for shairing.