Sending Holiday Joy

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Hi there! This week's Merry Monday challenge is to make a card with a frame on it. I have some new frame dies so I was excited to make my card!

I stamped the house first and then die cut it. I die cut the snow for the roof out of white card stock and also a double sided adhesive sheet. I sprinkled white glitter on the double sided adhesive. I die cut the snowman and lamp post and stamped them. I cut the snow drifts and used a zig glue pen to add some white glitter to the tops. I stamped the sentiment, die cut the frame from patterned paper, and adhered everything to the card front.

My Supplies:
Stamps: PTI All Through the House Make it Market Kit, PTI Holiday Lights
Dies: PTI All Through the House Make it Market Kit, MFT Die-namics Pierced Rectangle Frames
Ink:  PTI Aqua Mist, Ocean Tides, Smokey Shadow, Pure Poppy, Fine Linen, Soft Stone, True Black
Paper: PTI All Through the House Make it Market Kit Patterned Paper, PTI Stamper's Select White

Thanks for coming by! 


  1. I love all the snow on the roof! What a great card! Thanks for playing along.

  2. Your frame is so pretty! I love this scene and the snow on your roof top is the perfect touch!

  3. So cute, this is a wonderful wintry scene. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

  4. What an adorable winter scene you have created. Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday.

  5. I really like the snowflake print frame surrounding your pretty, glittery snow scene. The colors on the house are lovely and that snowman is so cute and cheerful.

  6. Oh, I love your wintry scene! Beautiful!

  7. Love the pretty wintery scene you created! And, the frame is just perfect!

  8. WOW, what a beautiful scene you've created, Jenelle!!! Love that cute snowman!!!
    Have a great weekend!!

  9. Love the images on your Christmas card, beautiful design elements. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday.

  10. Fabulous card--lover every single detail!


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