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My Craft Goals for 2015

My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!

Friday, February 1, 2013

Let It Snow Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the Let It Snow Blog Hop!!

If you are looking for the One Word Challenge (Frosted Designs) please go HERE!

You should have arrived from HERE.  If you found me first, please go to the BEGINNING so you don't miss anything!!

Here is a complete list of blogs in the hop in case you get lost along the way!

I live in Nebraska and as I write this post (Tuesday evening) we are expecting 2-4 inches of snow overnight.  I really love snow.....on Christmas Eve!!!  After that I am ready for spring!  The kids are hoping for a snow day but we shall see......

For my project today, I chose a fun snowman card.

I opened up my Gypsy and use the snowman card for #6 from Speaking of Winter.  Each letter and number is made with snowmen, scarves or mittens - it is very cute!!

I sized the card and layer to 4 inches.  For the older cricut carts, the layers pretty much have every piece all together on one layer.  I copied the layer 5 times and used Hide Contour to hide the extra pieces.  

Next I spread out the layer pieces on the lower half of my mat so I could cut them in different colored cardstock.

Here is the Hide Contour button on the Advanced Menu page.

Here is a close up of the Hide Contour screen.  I hid the hat (now in faded red).

I cut out the pieces in cardstock.  The card base is a blue (with white snowflakes) piece of cardstock with a white back.  The hat is a piece of patterned Christmas cardstock.  The rest are cut out of black, orange and white cardstock.

I ran the pieces through my 5" Xyron.

I layered the pieces together.  I inked the edges of the snowman with black ink.

I added some stickles to the hat, nose, eyes and mouth.
Thank you for stopping over - I would offer you some cocoa if you were here!!!

Your next stop in the hop is the Marvelous Melisa!!


An'Jenic G. said...

Lori, your card is just too cute. I love your little snowman.
TFS & Happy I could be on the hop with you. AJ-

Georgiana said...

Cute snowman. I like that you have your 2013 goals listed. Be sure to join us each week at Die Cuttin' Divas. We might be able to help generate some of that creativity so you can get more of your mojo back. : )

Mary Ann said...

So very cute,love your snowman...

Unknown said...

Thanks for the invite!!

Shannon Leffew Keith said...

Very cute! Thanks for joining me!

Pat said...

Wow, Lori, you are amazing. i knew I should have bought a gypsy long ago! I barely take my Cricut out, unless I'm scrapping. Now I need to rethink that approach!@ LOL
Thanks for sharing and inspiring me to renew my Cricut projects!

Pamela Lash said...

I really like how you showed how to create your card - great job! Enjoyed hopping with you today!

Janet's Planet said...

great tutorial on the card. I may have to try one myself. TFS very cute!

Unknown said...

What an adorable card!!!


Jenny said...

Darling card! I just want to eat his that bad???? Hey, I like my cocoa with fresh whip cream and I'll be right over!

Charlotte C said...

So cute. Dare I even think that's another cartridge I want/need?? I have to restrain myself. TFS.