Friday, December 11, 2020

A Warm and Toasty Holiday

Happy Friday!  It's Jeanne today with a card that made my mouth water while creating it!  S'mores bring back many of good memories for me - from Girl Scout camp when I was young to sitting in front of our fireplace and making them when our girls were little.

This card was fun and easy to create.  Starting with a sketch is always a time saver and I found one on Splitcoaststampers.

I cut three pieces of cardstock and paper.  First I cut an A2 size panel cut from Crumb Cake,  I then used two different patterns and cut a rectangle using the second largest of the Nested Stitched Scalloped Rectangle dies and a square using the middle of the Nested Stitched Scalloped Square dies.  I found this paper in my stash and although it's not Christmas, it fits the theme perfectly.
I used Distress Oxide ink in Vintage Photo to antique all the edges and then I heat embossed the sentiment with dark brown embossing powder.

For my marshmallow snowman and s'more cookie I cut all the pieces from white cardstock.  I used markers to color the nose, hat, scarf and chocolate.  I also antiqued all the edges of these pieces.  After all, s'mores should be toasted!

Finally I popped up my snowman using foam dots. 

Dies used:

Thanks for visiting today!  I hope you have a fun and creative weekend!



Mary Marsh said...

This card is just the cutest- love the s’more image- and you did a great job with the sketch

Sukie said...

Very sweet card! That s'more snowman is absolutely adorable and I love the sentiment!

Pam MacKay said...

Love the little DP perfect match for your cute die cut s’more snowman!