Hello friends! How was your weekend? Mine was pretty interesting. I am doing an On Line Elite Retreat so I was working on that. It is going to be so much fun! You definitely don't want to miss this one. You can do this retreat from the comfort of your own home whenever you like. Videos will be available to registered participants forever. For more information and to register, click on this link: https://www.carddesignsbyterry.com/2022/10/elite-retreat-winter-edition.html
Now, on to today's card. This is the fourth card in the Lakehouse Series. It is one of my creations and I think it is one of my favourites from this series.
I started by cutting the large frame die from the bundle out of a piece of Balmy Blue cardstock. I laid this frame over top of a piece of Basic White cardstock and stamped my sentiment using Night of Navy ink. I needed to have the frame there so I would know where to stamp my sentiment. I set this piece aside and continued working on the frame piece. I attached a piece of Window Sheet to the back of the Balmy Blue frame piece. I then added some Foam Adhesive Strips. The strips were added all the way around the frame. I removed the backing paper from the strips and added my Effervescent Elements to the center of the frame. I added the Basic White cardstock that I stamped my sentiment on. This completes the shaker portion of the card.
On another piece of Basic White cardstock I stamped the elements to build my snowman. I stamped the snowman using Tuxedo Black Memento ink. I used the same ink to stamp his hat and his face. I used Early Espresso ink to stamp his stick arms and Balmy Blue ink to stamp his scarf. I then used the corresponding dies to cut these images out. I used a Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Blends to colour his carrot nose. I put my snowman together using adhesive and attached him to the lower left corner of the card front using adhesive.
I attached this entire shaker portion of the card to a Balmy Blue card base and that completes the card.
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed this card. I really like how it turned out.
Stay well and keep creating!