Friday, December 8, 2017

Let It Snow Scene

Oops! Here it is Friday, and a team mate emailed me to ask if I realized I never put up this week's card posting. I apologize to our sponsor, We Are 3 digital papers and images. I did get the card made and posted on the Tuesday Morning Sketches blog, but not my own. Anyway, without further ado, here is this weeks sketch:

Look a bit daunting? It really isn't. I was surprised at the different ways the DT used this sketch (I don't know why, though, since everyone is exceptionally talented!!). Mine is a tiny bit different, but still keeps the integrity of the original design (at least I think it does). I have used two of We Are 3 papers, and the Hipster Snowman to create my card.

The two papers are Rainbow Gingham (the trees), and Holiday Thank You (the snow). I printed the two papers off using my HP color printer. I tore the snow pieces and glued them to the bottom portion of a piece of blue card, leaving enough blue to create my sky. I then used a Marianne tree die and cut two trees from the Rainbow Gingham piece and adhered them flush to the card. I fussy cut Hipster Snowman and then adhered him with foam dots.

My bad, because I had planned to finish off my card using one of the sentiments from We Are 3's Christmas sentiment collection, but totally forgot it (sort of like forgetting to post this blog entry - um oops!).

Please take a few minutes and go over to the Tuesday Morning Sketches blog if you have not already done so, and have a look at the beautiful DT samples our team made this week. Also, would love for you to head over to Etsy and look up We Are 3 Digital Stamps and Images. There are some really beautiful things over there for use in paper crafting.


  1. This is such a fun card!! I love that hipster snowman!

  2. It's always better late than never, right? I saw you cute card over on the blog anyway and I love those trees with the different patterns of paper! Very cute take on the sketch with that fun snowman too :)

  3. This snow-woman made me giggle. I don't know why but she reminds of Velma on Scooby-Doo. I also love the gingham trees.