Thursday, September 5, 2013


Each month, a new sketch challenge is posted at Craft Project Central, and I followed the latest sketch to create this card, with the exception of using a file folder design for the card base.  UPS delivered my Envelope Punch Board today, and I used it to create the "tabs" for my card and to round the corners.  I think we (the tool and I) are going to be good friends.  I was also excited to use two other Stampin' Up! products that were still new and untouched . . . the Snow Day stamp set and Winter Frost designer paper.  I'd be lying if I said you wouldn't need the Stamp-a-ma-jig with this stamp set but, believe it or not, this cute little fella was just my second attempt at a perfect snowman!  Additional Stampin' Up! products used to complete this card include Northern Flurry embossing folder, Modern Label punch, 1/2" Circle and 1" Circle punches, silver glimmer paper, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White, Island Indigo, and Pool Party card stock, rhinestone jewels, and Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack.  Why don't you create something for Card Challenge #27, and you might win a FREE one-month subscription to some awesome project tutorials!  You'll find the sketch and all of the details at Creating Pretty Cards - Sketch Challenge #27.


Lauri Ingram said...

What a cute card and I love how you used the file folder for your card base! I havent tried that yet...very pretty and bright and wintry! Thanks for joining the card sketch challenge at Craft Project Central!

Jacque said...

Regina, I've said it before and I'll say it again! I LOVE your style! The way you put all the pieces and colors together is a work of art... every time!! If I'm lucky, 1 out of 10 of my designs turns out this nice, lol! And that's the one I copied from you!! Thanks for sharing!!

Christy Fulk, Senior Supervisor said...

Regina, this card is adorable! I just ordered this set, and I can't wait to CASE this! Great job!