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Perfect Paper Crafting and Lawn Fawn Blog Hop…



Welcome everyone!  It’s a blog hop Monday for Perfect Paper Crafting and Lawn Fawn!


If you hopped to my blog from Tracy’s Blog, you’re in the right place!  

Today you’re hopping and commenting for a chance to win your choice between two prizes from Perfect Paper Crafting and from Lawn Fawn the prize is a stamp set and a 6×6 pattern paper pad! Good luck!

You’ll want to check out the Perfect Paper Crafting and Lawn Fawn blogs everyday this week for more inspiration and chances to win. 

For my card today – I used Lawn Fawn’s darling Making Frosty Friends clear stamp set, You’ve Got Mail clear stamp set and the holly is from the NEW Joy To the Woods clear stamp set.  I used the coordinating die sets too… all linked below. Don’t you love all the clear stamps and matching die sets?!

The snowflake pattern paper (beanie) is from the adorable Snow Day Collection that just came out.

  • I stamped the postcard, cancellation and wavy lines stamps on white card-stock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink
  • I die cut the stamped postcard with the new Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangles die (love them!)
  • I stamped the sentiment from You’ve Got Mail stamp set in red ink
  • I stamped the snowflakes from Making Frosty Friends stamp set with Versamark ink and embossed them with clear embossing powder
  • I masked off the edges with Eclipse Masking strips
  • I inked the postcard area with Tumbled Glass and Broken China Distress ink and the ink blending tools, the clear embossed snowflakes resist the ink
  • I die cut red pattern paper with the new Stitched Rectangles die,  then I used my Perfect Layers mini rulers and mat to achieve the 1/16th inch black frame.  I LOVE the 1/16th inch ruler!  Links to the tools below and in the sidebar…be sure to use the code Sparks5% to save 5% off your order!
  • I die cut another Stitched Rectangles die from white card-stock and adhered it to a white A2 card base.
  • The snowman is stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink, die cut with the coordinating dies and colored with Copic Sketch markers. Hat T3 – 7, Red R24 – 29 and 59, Scarf and holly YG93 – 97
  • I die cut a Memory Box snowflake to embellish the upper left hand corner

You next stop on the hop is Roxie’s blog

Have a great week and I’ll see you next time!  ‘preciate you stopping by!  Remember to comment for a chance to win prizes!

P.S. Here’s another fun Lawn Fawn card and it’s a winner! : )  I woke up Sat. a.m. to a  wonderful surprise!  Queen of the Green at the Lawnscaping Challenge.  A very fun challenge to enter!  Thank You Lawnscaping team!


Stamps, Dies and Supplies I used to create my card for today…

78 thoughts on “Perfect Paper Crafting and Lawn Fawn Blog Hop…

  1. I love your adorable snowman backed by the postcard backed by the snowflake backed by the snowflake paper!! Great layers!

  2. CUTE & FUN card Pam 🙂
    LOVE your pretty papers, FAB post card, CUTE snowman, Stitched panels and PERFECT layers!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and recipe for AWESOMENESS!!!
    PS – CONGRATULATIONS on winning the Lawnscaping Challenge – the scene you created on your card is DELIGHTFUL!!!

  3. Well you already know how much I love this card, but I’ll tell you again! haha! This is SO CUTE!! Your coloring is amazing and I love how you used the distress inks over the embossed snowflakes! Perfect design too!

  4. Oh Pam! This is so beautiful and I will definitely have to make one! You know me and my love for Lawn Fawn!!! And, I have a collection of post card and postage stamps and sets. And, another addiction; SNOWMEN! They just melt my heart!!!
    So very nicely done and thanks for sharing with us!

  5. What a sweet card. I just love you’re idea of using the postcard as the background. Love the snowman. Adorable.

  6. I think this snowman card may be my favorite so far and that’s saying alot because there have been some really cute cards.

  7. Congratulations on being named “Queen of the Green”, that’s a real honor! This card is so stinking cute and I really appreciated the way you broke it down step by step. I am in need of this mini tool, I have such a tough time creating mats and borders, I just can’t get them straight, even, etc. . . I know this will be the answer to my problem. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

  8. Great use of the post card. I have a lot of pretty cards but never knew what to do with them as post cards aren’t something you send much any more. I’m going to get them out and put them to use.
    thanks for the idea. the card is wonderful.

  9. This is just the cutest! I LOVE that post card! I have always passed on those stamps, but can see I should have purchased one now! This is a winner too! And didn’t I tell you the one layer card was too? Congrats!

  10. Oh my goodness!!! I’m in love with your super cute card! I adore everything about it…from the cute snowman to the post card layer. Absolutely fabulous!

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