Don't you just his little friend? It looks like that they are having a chat. Wonder what they are discussing...
Here is the finished card.
Let me show you the sparkles!
The iridescent color on the borders is iridescent glitter tinsel! The one used here is Swan Wing. Don't you just love it!?? I used 1/4 double-sided "tear"-ific tape to apply the tinsel glitter. I swear this tape is so strong! All the glitter just binds to it! And it is easy enough to work with that you can just tear it to whatever size you need. Comes in handy when you can't find that pair of scissor that has been hiding under the pile(s) of cardstock....that eventually turns up when you don't need it! (The stamping fairies hates me...they are forever hiding my scissor(s). I own at least 6 pairs of scissors...and can not find one when I need it! )
You must be wondering to yourself:
How did she get that pretty green background?
And how did she get it to match snowman's scarf??
Very easy, I used flocking!That beautiful color is called Palm Leaf. Just a beautiful color on the screen, as it is in real life. Again, use the double sided "tear"-ific tape on your cardstock and feel free to pour as little or as much flocking as you want! The nice part is that it feels like a real "scarf"! It's so soft.
And you know that I CAN NOT complete a card without my favorite glitter: Cloud Nine Micro Fine Glitter! I managed to sneak in my Cloud Nine favorite with Twinkling Clouds Flocking on the snowman's body.
Thanks for stopping by. :)