Holiday Card Series 2020 – Snow-One Else Like You! (ft. Newton’s Nook Designs)

Snow-one Else Like You #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Snowman Greetings stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

Hello and welcome!

I’m so happy you’ve joined me today and even more excited to be on the Newton’s Nook Designs blog sharing a cute winter card featuring new Snowman Greetings and Snowfall Roundabout stamp sets! I looooooove so much the adorable snowman from Snowman Greetings set since it has the cutest design and can incorporate the greetings inside the wood sign. Just genius!!!

To start, I die cut the snowman using the coordinating Snowman Greetings Die Set on Copic X-Press paper. I saved the negative part of the die and used it as a guide inside the MISTI tool to help me with the alignment while I was stamping the outline image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Finally I colored the snowman with copic markers.

In case you’re wondering, I’m leaving all the exact colors used on this project: COPIC MARKERS

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Snow-one Else Like You #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Snowman Greetings stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

The snowflakes from Snowfall Roundabout were heat embossed in white on Neenah Solar White paper. I blended on top Mermaid Lagoon Distress ink with a very light hand, creating an ombré effect. Finally the snowflake background was framed inside the circle, die cut from the coordinating Circle Frames Die Set, and popped on an extended A2 size kraft card base (5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″) along with the snowman. A generous coat of a clear shimmer pen and some matching sequins finished this winter card!

Snow-one Else Like You #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Snowman Greetings stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

That’s all for today! Hope you like this cute winter card! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a fabulous day!

Hugs,
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Newton’s Nook Designs Winter Release and Giveaway – Day 2 – Snowfall Roundabout


Hello and welcome to Day 2 of the Newton’s Nook Winter release! Thanks so much for joining me today!

All the new Holiday products will be available for purchase on Friday, November 20th at Newton’s Nook Designs online store and other craft retailers!

Flurry of Thanks #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Snowfall Roundabout stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

Today I’m so happy to introduce you amazing Snowfall Roundabout stamp set. This set is a great addition to the NND Roundabout collection and as all other stamps from this series it coordinates perfectly with Circle Frames Die and Banner Trio Die sets.

Giveaway alert!! NND is giving away new Snowfall Roundabout stamp set to a lucky winner so make sure you read all the way to the bottom of this post to see how to win!

On my stop of this hop you’ll find a super simple and easy heat embossed project! To start, I trimmed a piece of a dark blue cardstock (Simon Says Stamp Soft Navy) slightly smaller than an extended A2 size card base. I treated the cardstock with a generous coat of powder from the embossing powder tool to achieve a nice and clean impression and prevent the embossing powder to stick everywhere. Then I sticked Snowfall Roundabout stamp set to the lid of the MISTI tool and inked it well with VersaMark clear sticky ink – my favorite for heat embossing. I sprinkled the cardstock with a fine white embossing powder and then finally zapped it with the preheated heat gun. I managed to get the perfect image immediately, but if you missed some areas and use a stamping positioning tool, you can always go back and heat embossed another time. I cut the heat embossed image in the center and started working on the background.

Flurry of Thanks #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Snowfall Roundabout stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

I trimmed a narrow piece from scarps and glued on top the vertical stripes of red and pink cardstocks in this order:

Simon Says Stamp Lipstick Red cardstock
Simon Says Stamp Doll Pink cardstock
Bazzill Lollipop cardstock
Bazzill Candy Hearts cardstock
Simon Says Stamp Lipstick Red cardstock.

I let the glue air dry and then added the matching heat embossed sentiment from Snowfall Roundabout stamp set, reaping the same exact steps I did before for the snowflakes. Finally the card was assembled on an extended A2 size card base (5 1/2″ X 4 1/4″) made from Neenah Solar White paper and embellished with red and white Nuvo drops.

Flurry of Thanks #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Snowfall Roundabout stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

Would you like to win the “Snowfall Roundabout” Stamp Set? This stamp set will be given away to ONE lucky winner!

Here’s how to win: Comment on the NND blog and Design Team blogs (see list below)! The winner will be chosen at random from the collective reveal posts. Make sure to check out each of their blogs and comment for your chance to win. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Thursday November 19th at 9pm EST to comment  — winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, November 20th.

Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:

Newton’s Nook Designs
Ellen Haxelmans
Larissa Heskett
Samantha Mann
Zsofia Molnar
Maria Russell
Andrea Shell
Tatiana Trafimovich <— you’re here
Amy Tsuruta
Amanda Wilcox

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a fantastic day!

Hugs,
Tatiana

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