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So Many Snowmen with Nichol

Hello! Nichol here today with Designer Series project. Today I have two So Many Snowmen cards to share with you. One is a full panel of snowmen that resembles a patterned paper with three small greeting labels adhered to the center. This card features some masking. 

The second card features a snowmen border with an inlay and popped up die cut sentiment and includes a video tutorial. I can't get enough of these adorable snowmen and I bet you can't either!


I kept up with the "let it snow" theme for both cards. The first with three Occasional Labels stamped with "let it snow" and the second with a dimensional die cut inlay greeting.

I applied Salty Ocean and Faded Jeans Distress Oxide Inks to the background, spritzing with water from a Distress Sprayer, blotting dry, and setting the background aside to air dry. The water droplets give the illusion of a falling snow background!

The So Many Snowmen border was stamped on smooth white cardstock using Jet Black Ink. The image was colored with Copic Markers, die cut with the coordinating So Many Snowmen die, and embellished with white, black, and stardust pens to add detailing to the adorable snowmen.
The border was adhered along the bottom edge of the background.


A sentiment from Peaceful Wishes was stamped on the background using Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. The "let it snow" greeting from the So Many Snowmen Creative Cuts Dies was die cut from the background above the embossed greeting, making sure to keep not only the greeting but all the small inside pieces too.

The greeting was also die cut four more times from smooth white cardstock.
Adhesive was placed on the front of a white top fold card base and the panel was adhered. Then a white script greeting was inlaid into the background along with the blue sky die cut inside letter pieces. Four white die cut greetings were stacked one on top of another, finishing with the blue die cut greeting.

The card was finished with a scattering of Nuvo Crystal Drops in Simply White.


The full panel of snowmen was achieved by masking the image twice on a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" piece of smooth white cardstock. The snowmen were colored in with Copic Markers to create an entire background of colorful snowmen!


The "let it snow" sentiment from the Occasional Labels Stamp Set was stamped three times on smooth white cardstock using black Versafine ink, trimmed out leaving a thin white border and adhered to the center of the background with foam adhesive as shown.

The card was finished with a greeting from the Peaceful Wishes Stamp Set, stamped inside the card.


To watch the creation of this dimensional die cut inlay greeting snowmen card from start to finish, click HERE or watch below

Mama Elephant Supplies used for this project:
Occasional Labels Stamp Set


  1. Oh my goodness, these are the cutest snowmen cards yet! Love them! :-)

  2. Wow! Superb cards!! The snowmen are so cute :)

  3. WOW! I want the video for the other card too!!

  4. Thanks for sharing these great variations of this stamp set.

  5. Love that So Many Snowman stamp set.-Maria Giselle B.

  6. Very cute card. These snowmenare so adorable. TFS.


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