Thanks ladies for all the wonderful comments about my frosty card. I have had several requests for the recipe, so here they are.
Stamp the Frosty image in Navy on Kraft Cardstock.
Cut a circle and place it over the frosty image.
Stamp the background plaid in Cranberry on the rest of the cardfront.
Using the sheet that I cut the circle mask from, I masked the rest of the card out, with the exception of the circle and the image. In addition, I made a mask for Frosty. Then I stamped the trees in Artichoke Craft ink and embossed with irridescent powder.
Then I placed the circle mask back to the middle and stamped the snowflakes in white craft and embossed. I also did some white to the edges of the card and embossed that too! I took a sponge and wiped additional cranberry around the snowflakes to draw more attention to them
I then used white chalk and the white watercolour crayon to colour frosty in. Then I coloured buttons hat etc with marker and boldened the original image lines with Navy marker. Then I place the reverse mask on again and stamped the small snowflakes from the It's snow time set in the circle.
I added the ribbon and hardware and then mounted it to Cranberry and then onto an Artichoke card. The final dimension for the card is 6x6
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2006 GMT Views: 2920