This is a friendly, happy card, sure to bring a smile to anyone who receives it. You can substitute all kinds of images for different ideas, too.
When you pull on the 'wings' of the card, the big snowy tree splits in half and exposes the entire snowman, the sky, and glittered snow all over. Then when you slide the wings back towards the card, the tree halves come back together to hide Mr, Snowman!!! Nifty neato, huh?
"Snowman Wishes" and "Lacy Borders" stamp sets, Gina K. Designs
Pure Luxury cardstock, white and turquoise sea
Copic BG10, BG27 & B00 (snowman hat & shading of his scarf)
Paper pieced snowman scarf scrap pp
Memento inks - turquoise gem, cloud white, agean blue, night sky
Glitter - Prismacolor holographic glitter
Spellbinders Large Round Scallop/Large Round dies
Free hand the tree and the sentiment tag
Score Tape, stash ribbon and bling by Kasier, twine by We R Memory Keepers
Monoadhesive liquid and tape runner glues, 3D pop dots, Martha Stewart Arctic Snowflake paper punch
Peek a boo card tutorial on YouTube
Entered into following challenges:
- StampTV MIUM, "Let it Snow(man)!"
- Mark's Finest Papers, FOSTV, #48, "Snowman"
- Outlawz Thursday w/Twist- Winter Friends, #TT112912
- Through the Craft Room Door, Anything Goes #46
The above picture shows the snowman partly shown
(I couldn't take the picture and pull on the wings to open it more)
This picture is hokey, I know, but I am by myself at the moment and have no
one to help me take the picture and hold the card closed, so.. maybe
I should have used some clothe pins?
But you get the idea! The snowy fir tree covers Mr Snowman when the card is closed :)
Thank you so much for looking!