Since the holidays are over, you might find yourself needing some thank you cards. I needed a few. I am embarrassed, yet secretly delighted, as to how quickly I was able to make this card to show my appreciation. Kecia Waters on the blog today, here to share how to make this quick thank you card.
I stamped the snowman image from the AJVD "Frosty Stamp and Die Collection" with Versafine Onyx Black directly onto a page from an old, outdated textbook I know I will never read again. I fussy cut around the snowman's body only, not worrying about the nose or arms.
Then, directly onto card panel of kraft cardstock, I stamped the snowman again from the "Frosty Stamp and Die Collection" with Versafine Onxy Black. I adhered my "text body" onto the image. I colored the nose with a Prismacolor Pencil. I stamped the snowman again onto a scrap of patterned paper from Bo Bunny, and cut around the scarf only, so that I could adhere it to my card.
After assembling the snowman, I made the decision to do everything else in black so the white snowman would be the focal point. With a Memento Tuxedo Black marker, I drew the line to serve as the ground. I stamped the sentiment and snowflakes, all from the "Frosty Stamp and Die Collection", with Versafine Onxy Black.
***(Please note, the "Frosty Stamp and Die Collection" is available for pre-order at A Jillian Vance Design)
kraft cardstock, Bo Bunny patterned paper, old textbook, Versafine Onyx Black, Prismacolor Pencils, Memento Tuxedo Black Marker, Zip Dry Glue
Thank you SNOW much for visiting our blog today! Have a pleasant week!