Snowman Embossed Card


1 qty. 4 ” x 11” Blue Cardstock – Bazzill Blue #30041442
1 qty. 4 ” x 5 ” White Cardstock – core’dinations Snowflake #30101316
1 qty. 4” x 5” Blue Core’dinations Cardstock – Nassau Blue #30101322
1 qty. 3” x 4” White Glitter Cardstock – Sugarcoat Lily White #30081252
1 qty. 1” x 1” Black Cardstock
1 qty. 1” x 1” Orange Cardstock – Bazzill Apricot #30041437
3 qty. Dress It Up Buttons - Glitter Snowflake #30044426
3 qty. Pop Up Glue Dots #30001511
3/16” Meriken Double stick tape #30013283
Foam Pop Dots #30008288
Big Shot personal die cutting machine and accessories #30083658
Darice Embossing Essentials Embossing folder – Snowflake #30121719
Sandpaper #30104702
1 ” Circle Punch(yellow) #30028731
2” Circle Punch (blue) #30028738
” Hole Punch #77178558
1/8” Hole Punch #77178541
Galaxy Marker – Broad white #30065775
Sharp Scissors



Fold the 4 ” x 11” blue cardstock in half to make a 4 ” x 5 ” vertical card. Center the White cardstock on top and tape in place.
Using the Big Shot and the snowflake embossing folder, follow the manufacturer’s instructions and emboss the blue core’dinations cardstock. Lightly sand the embossed design with the sand paper to bring out the snowflake design. Center on top of the white cardstock and tape in place.
Take the white glitter cardstock and punch out one 1 ” and one 2” circle for the snowman. To make the snowman’s face, take the 1 ” circle and punch out two holes for the eyes with the ” hole punch. Along the curve below, use the 1/8” hole punch and punch out 5 holes for the mouth. Place the black cardstock behind so it shows through the holes and tape in place. Use the white Galaxy marker to add highlights on the eyes. Trace and cut out the carrot nose from the orange cardstock according to the pattern. Tape in place on the face.
Position the 2” white glitter circle on the front of the card and adhere with foam pop dots. Place the head on top, slightly overlapping, adhere with foam pop dots.
Cut off the shanks on the snowflake buttons. Add to the card with the glue dots.



2011 Ben Franklin Crafts, Inc.


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