Few people have seen where Santa and Mrs. Claus live...high on a hill at the north pole, so I made a little scene of the place. While I still have my Greetery North Pole stamp and die sets out on my desk, I might as well make something else with it, right? This CAS card is for the Color Throwdown Challenge #CTD771 using blue, green and peach! I'm also playing along at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes.
Products I used:
The Greetery: Destination North Pole stamp and die sets
Concord and 9th: Mini ink pads in Grapefruit, Sprout, Evergreen and Aqua sky
Simon Says Stamp: Drifting Stitches Borders and Wonky Hearts dies
White glitter cardstock
Stampin' Up!: Patterned paper (snowy sky)
I cut two hearts, one out of white glitter cardstock and the other out of peach patterned paper. Then I die cut the sparkly heart again to be the snowy hill. I stamped and die cut the little house, trees and candy canes, decided on their placement, and stamped the sentiment. I cut a 4" x 5 1/4" card panel and wrapped twine around it a few times, then tied a double bow. I popped the completed heart-shaped scene up on foam tape on this panel and popped it up on my A2 card base also. In real life, the snow is a pretty with lots of sparkle.
I didn't give an address here so the paparazzi doesn't know exactly where Santa lives. He needs his rest. LOL. See you back here soon.