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Chill with So Suzy

Hi Everyone,

So Suzy is going on a Christmas break and this is the last post for this So Suzy year. 


My So Suzy supplies:
I also used an embossing folder and a die.

I first die cut the circle and stamped the snowman on it.


Colored it with Stabilo markers - they are water soluble and they reactivate with water.


I added distress Stickles at the bottom. 

I embossed the white card stock and then ran it through my Big Shot to cut it.... You better do that the other way around, 'cause the Big Shot flattens the embossing....But I simply lined it up with the folder and embossed it again. 


 You should also stamp the sentiment first and not last....That is my usual haphazard way of making cards. But in the end, it usually works out somehow....



.....as you can see.
I used foam tape to attach the circle.


Now go and chill, before all Holiday madness starts!

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
CASology - round

Comments

Flo said…
Ich lach mich kaputt: im ersten Moment habe ich "Grill" gelesen!!!
Und das bei einem Schneemann!!!
Der würde nicht lange standhalten und in Windeseile schmelzen.
Du hast mal wieder eine wunderbare Karte zu zeigen. Klasse.
Liebe Grüße, Flo
conil said…
Personally, I wouldn't call anything about this card haphazard. It has everything, texture, color, fun and beauty. You are just rockin' this Christmas thing, girl.
Darnell said…
I agree with Coni, 100%!!! And, hey, this meets the ROUND criteria at CASology! But you can make another one, too!! Hugs, Darnell
cindybearj said…
I love this card. I think the bright colors on the snowman really make it fabulous. Where did you get the CHILL stamp? It is so cool...lol!
That’s a sweet snowman !
Anita in France said…
So cute, Cornelia ... all the elements work so sweetly together to create a fabulous sense of joy and happiness in this little snowman ... brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)
Jeanne H said…
What a darling card! Great design work and thanks for the directions.
Sherrie M. said…
Hi Cornelia! Love your fun winter card and how you incorporated ROUND in your focal point image and with your snowfall. Glad to see you in the gallery this week! :)

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