A Clever Snowman Card Idea!

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Even though this was originally created as a Christmas card, we just had to share this adorable snowman card idea because it’s just SO clever! We can totally see this design concept used with loads of our other characters and critters!

Our Associate Designer, Julie Warner, created this card by stamping, coloring and die cutting the little snowman with all his details for the reflection. Then she covered the buttons, pocket and his face with masking tape on the stamp, stamped again and then colored him in without all those details for his back. SUPER clever, right?

Can you see this with our Wintery Friends? Or maybe some of our incredibly popular African American beauties? Or, heavens, what about with our GNOMES???  Oh no, we might have to go stamp now!

Julie created her mirror using an oval of mirror card stock – high shine silver works, too! – and framed it with a die cut red glitter frame. She positioned her snowman offset at angles that add that realistic reflection position and added him with some foam tape for a lovely shadow.

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Here are the Copics Julie used on this clever snowman card and her supplies are listed below too so you can grab what you need:

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Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps: Snowmen w/ Presents, Diagonal Stripes
Paper: Staples 110# white, silver mirror board, red glitter
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, love letter, Versaclair tulip red
Accessories: Rubbernecker Stamps: Nested Scallop w Holes, Snowmen w/ Presents, Oval Stitch, Oval Scallop w/ Pierce dies, Crossover II, Copic Sketch Markers, MISTI, red glitter embossing powder

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Can you see how many fun cards you could create using this adorable snowman card ideas as your inspiration? If you do try this out be sure to share on our Facebook page so we can ooh and aah along with you!

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