Hello and happy Wednesday everyone!! Mayra here with you today. I have a 'cool' themed card to share with you, lol. I used the super awesome, two of my favorites, and must have dies the Stitched Mug Frame and Outside In Stitched Mug. I am having so much fun creating with these dies. I was inspired by the advent calendar I created for this year for my snowman mug and card.
I used several dies from Lawn Fawn to create the snowman and the snowman themed mug. I began by die-cutting the pieces I would be using to create the snowman mug. I used the Outside In Stitched Mug and Stitched Mug Frame, along with the Tiny Gift Box Bunny Add-On (for the carrot nose, and cheeks), the smile is from the eyes in the Woodland Critter Huggers die set. The mitten and hat are from the Woodland Critter Huggers Winter Add-On, and for the little snowman, the hat is from the Tiny Gift Box Holiday Hats Add-On. To create the small snowman I used the die-cut circle from the Christmas hat add-on.
This snowman is enjoying his cup of hot chocolate and of course, there are lots of mini sprinkles.
To create the hot chocolate look, I used the Outside In Stitched Mug to die cut a layer from brown glitter cardstock. I then used the Slimline Stitched Hillside Border to create the wavy edge. I also did this for the chocolate-dipped marshmallows. For the sprinkles, I used the small circles from the snowy backdrop scene from the Snow Globe Scenes Shaker Add-On die set. I also used the small cutouts from the ball of yarn from the Tiny Gift Box Cat Add-On. The snowflake on the mitten is from one of the snowflakes in the Magic Iris Snow Globe Add-On. The chocolate-dipped candy canes are from the Build A House Gingerbread Add-On.
To create the snowman, I used the larger and medium-sized balloons from the Outside In Stitched Balloon Stackables. I then added a bit of color to the white areas using Tumbled Glass, and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide inks. To finish my card, I added the sentiment from the Snow Much Fun stamp set.
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