Frosty The Telescoping Christmas Card

A few months back Donna Heber over at Donna's Designs shared the coolest card.  It was a telescoping card.  Since I saw that card I have made a couple of telescoping cards.  Tonight I wanted to share a snowman I made using this type of card.  My wonderful mother- in- law Joyce is the one who inspired me to make him.  She mentioned the idea of making a snowman and I thought it was a fabulous idea.  So thank you Joyce!!  I cut the two bottom circles out using my Circle Scissor Plus and the head is punched out using the 2 1/2 in. Circle Punch.  The nose is actually a flower petal I punched out using the Blossom Petals Builder Punch as well.  I just pieced together his hat using scraps I had and his scarf is a piece of Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin Ribbon.  His hands are pieces cut from a snowflake that I glued to scraps to look like sticks.  This Frosty has to be one of my favorite Christmas Cards! 

I hope everyone has a wonder Wednesday.  Take care.

Supplies:  Many Merry Messages & Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Sets, Whisper White, Chocolate Chip, Basic Black, Always Artichoke & Pumpkin Pie Cardstocks, Circle Scissor Plus, Snowflake, Itty Bitty Shapes, 2 1/2 in. Circle, & Blossom Petals Builder Punches, McGill Pine Punch, Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin Ribbon & White Baker's Twine, Silver Brads, Mini Jingle Bells, and Regals Designer & Always Artichoke Buttons


Joyce said...

I swear that has to be just the cutest card ever and all of the little accents you put on him are just too cute. Great Job Carrie-he is adorable. That telescoping card is genius!

Dixie said...

What a fun and creative card! Your snowman is just adorable with lots of attention to details and I love how he folds in on himself. Fabulous!

Margaret said...

This is so cute! He looks like he melted into a puddle when closed!! That hat is just adorable!

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