Winter Photo Booth Card

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I-am-snowmanMy Winter Photo Booth swaps for the Chattanooga 2012 Regional are based on the same idea as my Halloween Convention swaps. To upgrade the design to a hybrid card, I printed the image out and mounted it on a piece of cardstock (either Pool Party or Island Indigo). I sprayed the cards (before they were mounted) with Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz. Finally, I added Basic Rhinestones to the center of the two snowflakes on the bottom right.

Here is the supply list for the card:

  • Cardstock Back (not shown): Pool Party or Island Indigo
  • Background:
  • Photo Booth Backgrounds:
  • Stamps:
    • Snow Flurries – snowflake 3, in Island Indigo (lower right)
    • Snow Flurries – snowflake 4, in Island Indigo (lower right)
    • Day in the Life – 4 frame, in Basic Black (photo booth frames)
    • Snow Flurries – snowflake 1, in Pool Party (with "I Am")
    • Jolly Bingo Bits – snowman, in Basic Black and colored with Island Indigo and Pool Party
  • Punches:
    • Square Punch (photobooth backgrounds)
    • Oval Punch ("I Am" header)
    • Petite Pennant Punch, filled with Calypso Coral (snowman noses)
    • Check This Out – photo box 16
    • Check This Out – photo box 1
  • Embellishments:
    • Brads, in Basic Black (snowman faces)
    • Get It Done – notepaper 2 (ruled paper on right)

Snowman Gift Tag

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Snowman Gift TagThis Snowman Gift Tag was printed on a 2″ by 3.5″ business card and designed with resources from My Digital Studio.

The left image is the Snowman from the Holiday Blitz brush set, in Night of Navy, with a default drop shadow. The effect is a frosty look on the snowman part of the image. On the right, I used the Snowflake from the Best Wishes & More brush set, also in Night of Navy, set to 19% opacity.

The “Ready, Set, Snow!” sentiment is Sentiment 3 from Best Wishes & More, in Night of Navy. The “To – From” sentiment is from A Holly, Jolly Christmas, also in Night of Navy.

Island IndiSnow Holiday Gift Tag

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Island IndiSnowThis gift tag uses Island Indigo, hence the play on words for the name “indisnow.”

The ribbon on the bottom is actually a red color, but changing the opacity resulted in that deeper shade. For the snowflake, I maximized the drop shadow to give it the glowing effect, using an effect like the one for Coloring Paper Daisies.