Hey everyone! Happy Thursday! Hope yours is going well. It’s raining here, which for me is absolutely perfect weather! I know, many people don’t like the rain, but I LOVE it! I am definitely a Northwest girl at heart when it comes to the weather. ­čÖé

So today I have been working on some swaps for our November Hostess Club Meeting next week and I took a quick break from those cards to create a card for a challenge with the training group I’m in. This card features the Seasonal Chums Bundle. I stamped the adorable little snowman in Memento Ink so I could color him with the new Stampin’ Blends. Then I cut him out with the coordinating framelits. These are actually two sided stamps that make a tag with the front and back view of the image. When I cut him out I just snipped the back off to have a single image. Then I cut out a piece of Whisper White with the Stitched Shapes Framelits and colored the inside of the circle with the Pool Party Blends. When I finished that I inked the entire circle with Versa Mark and sprinkled on some Dazzling Diamonds Glitter. Note to self, leave a space in the middle open with no glitter to adhere the snowman down and adhere it to the scallop circle before adding the glitter too. You know why I’m telling you this part, right?!? lol

The card base is in Garden Green and I added a layer of the Be Merry. I then added my scalloped circle with dimensionals to the card front. I stamped the sentiment in Cherry Cobbler ink and cut it out with the smallest of the Lots of Labels Framelits, then added the next size up cut in Cherry Cobbler. I added a dimensional to that, some rhinestones to finish it off and there you go!

You can purchase the supplies to create your version by going┬áhere┬áto place your order. The Hostess Code for November is 4CK43AW2 and when you place a $35.00 order (before shipping and tax) with that code I’ll send you a pack of handmade cards. If your order is $50.00 or more, I’ll include a free embellishment.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great evening!

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