Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Lake Erie Beach Glass Snowman Card

I am quite pleased with the way my beach glass snowmen turned out on these cards. These were really fun to make! I am lucky enough to live about 15-20 minutes away from the beach. All summer my son & I collected beach glass every time we visited the beach.

I wanted my snowmen to be the center of attention on these cards, so I used Stampin' Up! Whisper White cardstock for all the layers. I used scallop rectangular Nestabilities for two layers and ran the largest one through my Big Shot using a snowflake Cuttlebug embossing folder. The smaller rectangular piece with the snowman is mounted on pop dots. I used BIC Mark It fine point permanent markers to detail my snowman. They are awesome markers that dry instantly. Love it! The "Merry Christmas" stamp from Hero Arts was stamped in Real Red and Handsome Hunter from Stampin' Up!

Let me know what you think? It's different - hopefully in a good way!

Have a wonderful Tuesday and thank you for visiting my blog today!

Tiffany

P.S. Tiffany's Cardtique December Stampin' Up! sale item is the Big Shot die-cut machine! Save 20%!!!! This machine will cut and emboss using any Sizzix dies, SU! exclusive dies, Nestabilities, and Cuttlebug dies/embossing folders. This machine does it all. Take advantage of the sale good for the month of December only at Tiffany's Cardtique.

9 comments:

Kim said...

Very unique! Cute snowmen, lovely card!

luv2scrap said...

Absolutely love the beach glass. So creative. I'm surprised you'll want to part with these. Beach glass is tough to come by these days with the jewelry craze, no? Now beach-goers who are card-makers will be collecting it, too. If you don't have access to beach glass (I don't) what would be a good substitute with the same effect?

Cindy Haffner said...

Very pretty, love it.

Caryl P said...
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Caryl P said...

I love beach glass(or sea glass as we call it in New England) and this is a great idea! I'm not one to part with my sea glass, but I could see myself making a winter/holiday decoration with the same idea. What did you adhere the beach glass with so it's secure?

Anonymous said...

Tiffany:

The photo on your blog looks great, but it is even BETTER in real life. Thanks for sharing!

Paula H.

MNScrapbookmom said...

1st time visitor... WOW... this card is so gorgeous. I love the little snowman. ¥

Mary Fish said...

Very cool! Mary

Lisl Armstrong said...

Hi,

I would like to invite you to join a social networking site for sea glass enthusiasts this site is interesting to anyone who loves to beachcomb or loves the sea:

http://seaglassartists.ning.com/

Hope to see you there!

Lisl Armstrong