Snow Front

This is one of the cards we made at my monthly stamp class meeting in October.  It uses the stamp set called Snow Front which is in the Stampin’ Up!® 2019 Holiday Catalog.  It is a scene building stamp set much like the stamp set called Waterfront that is in the Annual Catalog.  This time the stamp set more of a woodsy, winter scene than a waterfront scene.

The colors I used on this card are Mossy Meadow, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Seaside Spray and Real Red.  To make this card I first stamped the log cabin in Crumb Cake Ink.  Then I masked it off using a Post-It Note and stamped the trees on both sides of the cabin.  Then I stamped the mountains, the path, the pond and the tree.  I added the deer and the Cardinals last.  The sentiment is from the stamp set called So Many Stars which is also in the Holiday Catalog.

Last weekend I went to Alabama to visit my son, Zachary, his wife Mary and my grand daughter, Emory.  Emy is 2 1/2 going on 16.  She is adorable yet sassy and definitely has a mind of her own.  There is definitely a mix of her parent’s personalities in Emy but she is 100% her mom in looks.

Alabama was 95-97 degrees while we were there.  Apparently it was like that all summer.  I thought I was going to melt.  After taking 30 hours to get home due to flight cancelations, we arrived to 50 degree weather here.  That is almost a 50 degree drop in temperature.  I need to find a place where the weather is somewhere in the middle!

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3 thoughts on “Snow Front

  1. Your snow scene is gorgeous! I love that card — and that little girl is so beautiful. I’ll bet you had a wonderful time (minus the heat). Just FYI – Virginia has wonderful temperatures all year (well, we think it gets a little cold in winter, but compared to upstate NY, it’s balmy!). And it’s kind of half way between all the grandkids. So win/win…(Remind me never to fly with you, though.)

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  2. Oh, I love the scenic stamps! Your snowy scene is wonderfully peaceful, Susan. I’m glad you had a good visit with your son & family; but you have the worst travel luck, don’t you?? I’m sure the visit was worth it, though!

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