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Hello! It’s Bobbi Lemanski and I’m sharing two snow-covered greeting cards for the holidays. I’m using some new release products from the Season to Sparkle holiday release paired with prior release products from Honey Bee Stamps:

Joy Noel Wreath die set

Bill the Bear stamp and die sets (for the bear, only)

Warm Wishes stamp and die sets (for the fox, only)

Snow Buddies stamp set (for the hats, only)

Snowfall Background Stencil

Holiday Traditions 6″ X 6″ paper pad

Red Fox HO-HO Card

This 5″ X 7″ holiday card uses the cute fox from the Warm Wishes set. I used Copic Sketch markers to turn the fox into a red fox for the holidays. I stamped and colored the Santa hat from Snow Buddies stamp set and adhered it over one ear of the fox.

I also added a sweater to the fox by stamping the fox image on the sweater pattern paper and fussy cutting it out, close to the stamped lines. I glued the sweater to the fox and added shading with my Copics for more dimension. I also cut the line between the left arm and body of the fox so he could hold the O letter.

I created HOHO by using the letters from the Joy Noel Wreath Die set. To make the H letter, I used the L and E from the Noel word. I added white polka dots to the letters. The Os were cut from the red/white gingham check and the striped patterned papers from the paper pad. I also backed the Os with craft foam to make them stand out more than the H letters and to make them more sturdy, too.

Now that my letters and fox were done, it was time to create my background. I started by flicking gray watercolor on the cardstock to make random splotches. I used the Snowfall Background Stencil, Ranger white embossing paste and Ranger Distressed Glitter to create the sparkly snowflake background. I added random dots of color in read and aqua using Pearl Pen around the flakes. Once everything was dry, I attached the letters and the fox to the front. The finished card front was attached to a 5″ X 7″ landscape-oriented card base to complete this greeting card.

Polar Bear JOY Card

To create the second 5″ X 7″ polar bear card, I stamped, colored and cut the Polar Bear image. I stamped the bear again on the red/white pattern paper and cut out his sweater shape and adhered it to the polar bear. I also cut on the black line, between the bear’s body and left arm so that his arm/hand can “hold” the wreath

The J and Y letters were also cut out of the red/white gingham check pattern paper. Both letters were backed with white craft foam to make them stand out. I also added Magic Transparent and glitter to the tops to make icicles.

The wreath was die cut out of two colors of green cardstock. I glued on the individual leaves on the darker green wreath and then stacked/glued the two wreaths together to create one fuller wreath. Small red berries were added using Pearl Pen in red.

To make the background for this card, I stenciled snowflakes using a very light beige stamp pad ink, my blender brushes and the Snowfall Background Stencil. I also added Magic Transparent dots to the front and sprinkled a little glitter on them, too. The letters and polar bear were adhered to the card front and the card front was attached to a white card base.

Thanks for visiting today! I’m glad you did! I hope these cute animals get you in a festive, holiday mood!

You can find me on Instagram as @BobbiHartDesign and on Facebook as BobbiHartDesign. Bobbi Hartmann Lemanski, Bobbi Hart♥ Design, Adding h♥art into every design


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