This adorable card by Julie is a flat card, meaning all the images are stamped directly onto her card base. Julie made fantastic use of the masking technique to get all her little characters looking like they are standing in front of and behind each other. We think they look like they are getting ready to belt out a Christmas carol!
Julie started with Santa and then just filled in her little friends around him, using a post-it note for each one as her mask. PRO TIP: When you make masks for any of your stamped images, save them in your stamp case. The next time you want to use this easy technique, you will have what you need all ready to go!
She used her Copics to color them all in and added some stitched hills at the bottom for her snowy drifts. These details are entirely optional so if you just want to do all stamping you are good to go!
We also love that she used Stickles to make those holiday lights really shine! We also love that there is enough white space on this card to be able to add any number of greetings. You could even omit Santa and Rudolph <sniff> for a non-Christmas winter card using these charming little friends.
We love it when you can make cute Christmas cards without needing a ton of supplies. PLUS these are super fun to stamp out and then color to your heart’s content while you maybe binge watch something Christmasy on TV!