My 10 year old daughter really, really wanted to made a video of a card. She had been watching me do it so she wanted to give it a try. So, I had her create her own card and I video tapped her while she made it. I pretty much so let her have free reign on both the card and the video. My only stipulation was that she make a Christmas card. So, I officially have my first “guest” designer =). I think she did an awesome job on the card and on the video.
- Cartridge: Winter Frolic
- DP: Cloud 9 Seasonal Pack
- Studio G Glitter Glue (Red and Green)
- Martha Steward Flock (white)
- Cardstock (white, black, red, green, pink, orange)
- Zig 2 Way
- Pink ATG
- EK Success Snowflake Boarder punch
- Studio G Christmas sentiment stamp
- Staz On Ink (Black)
–Update: My PK Snow Woman made Top 5 on PK’s Face it Friday Challenge. Yay!!
I created this super cute snow woman for the Peachy Keen mini challenge. The challenge was to create a project using polka dots and white as your main color. I was dying for a chance to use my new Peachy Keen face stamp set. PK has to be my all time favorite stamps. They stamp to just about anything — including the white glitter paper I used for this challenge, stamp so clear, and are so darn adorable !!
I was also anxious to use my new Winter Frolic cartridge that came in the mail today. I ordered it from CricutMachine.com last week when they were having their Black Friday sale. Awesome, awesome prices! I created a shaped snowman card by welding the snowman blackout with my Gypsy. This was the first time I’ve done this and I’m happy to say it was sooo easy to do. I don’t know how I ever crafted without my Gypsy.
I used a DCWV premium paper stack white glitter cardstock for the snowman. And, I used DCWV blue and white polka dot for my card base. I also decided to polka dot her scarf, using gems and my iRock. Hope you enjoy my PK Snow Woman!