Sunday, 17 November 2013

Frosty The Snowman

I'd like to share with you a couple of Christmas cards that I've made for Gecko Galz using the lovely Frosty collage sheet from the November products.

Image from the Frosty collage sheet
Paper from the Little Miss Muffet paper set
Mauve card blank
Mauve card
Dusty concord Distress ink
Versamark ink pad
White Frantage embossing enamel
Ribbon, sentiment, wooden snowman
Tear the paper and adhere to the card, edge with the distress ink.
Sprinkle the Frantage over the card and heat from underneath to melt it.
Attach the ribbon.
Matt the image onto the mauve card and edge with the distress ink, then adhere it to the card,
Cover the little snowman with Versamark and Frantage embossing enamel, when it’s melted add it and the sentiment to the card.
Image from the Frost Collage Sheet
Paper from the Miss Muffet Paper Set
Dark blue DL card blank.
Dark blue and silver card.
Blue ribbon and a snowflake charm.
Martha Steward snowflake border punch.
Adhere two strips of the paper to the card blank.
Matt the image onto the blue card and silver card, add the ribbon and charm and adhere to the card blank.
Diecut a strip of snowflakes from the silver card and adhere to the card blank then add the gems.
Add dots of stickles to the outside part of the image.



  1. Great cards hazel esp the 2nd one, love the images behind the window

    Sam xxx

  2. Lovely GG images, and the festive purple is fabulous!
    Alison x

  3. Beautiful cards, and I will be singing that song all day now! Valerie

  4. Lovely, lovely cards, Hazel. But please DON'T let it snow just yet! :-)

  5. Such lovely use of the snowmen images, they are so sweet.

  6. Wonderful cards Hazel--so right with the kids at Christmas

    Chrissie x

  7. Wow, love the vintage look of the 2 cards and the purple background of the first one!

  8. Fabulous designs hazel and spookily familiar (you will see why soon lol). Have a great week.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  9. Love both of your cards and the beautiful afternoon tea project below, Annette x

  10. Hi Hazel, These are just lovely, the snowmen have brilliant faces! You made lots of interest and the vintage style is spot on !! Love them both :D Gay x