Freezin’ Season Cards

Happy Freezin’ Season Card

by Designer Audrey Pettit

ThermOWeb Project Supplies

Glitz Glitter Gel – Red
iCraft Pixie Spray
iCraft Stencil Pal
Mixed Media Adhesive
Gina K Designs Foam Squares
XL Memory Tape Runner

Other Supplies

LDRS Creative Snowball Fight Stamps and Dies, Pine Tree Forest Stamps
PhotoPlay Paper Die: Scallop Frames
PhotoPlay Paper Stencil: Holly & Berries
PhotoPlay Paper White Cardstock
Simple Stories Vintage Christmas Patterned Paper
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Oxide Shabby Shutters
Twine: Doodlebug Designs
Copic Markers
White Gel Pen

We are so excited to be joining up for the very first time with our friends at LDRS Creative for a week of fun here on the Therm O Web blog. LDRS has some of the cutest stamps and dies out on the market, and I could not wait to play with the cute critters from the Snowball Fight stamp set. Today I have a pair of holiday cards to share with you that combines LDRS stamps and dies with Therm O Web’s Glitz Glitter Gel. Because I always love a touch of sparkle at the holidays.


To begin, stamp the images in Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto white cardstock. Die-cut the images with the coordinating dies, and then color them with Copic Markers. Add white gel pen detailing to the scarves.

Trim a 3.25″ x 4.75″ piece of white cardstock and place it onto a non-stick work surface. Spray the back sides of the Holly & Berries stencils with iCraft Pixie Spray. Set the stencils aside for a few moments until the spray dries and becomes tacky to the touch.

Beginning with the holly leaves stencil, place the stencil down onto the white cardstock, and ink over the stencil using Shabby Shutters Distress Oxide ink using an ink blending tool. Remove the stencil, and place the holly berries stencil onto the paper. Place some Red Glitz Glitter Gel onto the Stencil Pal tool, and spread the gel over the stencil. Remove the excess gel, and replace it in the container. Remove the stencil, and wash it and the tools in warm soapy water. Set the paper aside until the gel dries.

Create a 3.5″ x 5″ card base, and cover the base with patterned paper. Wrap white twine around the bottom of the stenciled paper, and then adhere the panel onto the center of the card base. Tie the ends of the twine into a bow, and trim as needed. Die-cut a tag from white cardstock using the Scallop Frames die set. Trim off the top section of the tag. Add a paper banner strip to the top. Stamp the pine tree image across the bottom center of the tag using Shabby Shutters Distress Oxide. Stamp the sentiment in black ink below. Apply Foam Squares to the back of the tag, and then attach it to the card.

Adhere one image directly to the card using Mixed Media Adhesive. Cut apart Foam Squares, as needed, to cover the back of the second image, and then place it onto the card.

You’re Snow Cool Card

ThermOWeb Project Supplies

Glitz Glitter Gel – White
iCraft Pixie Spray
Gina K Designs Foam Squares
iCraft Stencil Pal
iCraft Mixed Media Adhesive
XL Memory Tape Runner

we kickedOther Supplies

LDRS Creative Snowball Fight Stamps and Dies, Pine Tree Forest Stamps
Heffy Doodle Die: Slopey Joes Border Dies
PhotoPlay Paper Stencil: Snow
Cardstock: PhotoPlay Paper White, Ranger Kraft HeavyStock
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Oxide Shabby Shutters
Twine: Doodlebug Designs
Copic Markers
White Gel Pen

The second card uses the same stamp images and Glitz Glitter Gel, but this time in White against a kraft cardstock card base. And this combo gives a whole different look to the set.

To begin, trim a 3.5″ x 5″ piece of kraft cardstock, and place it onto your non-stick work surface. Spray the back side of the Snow stencil with iCraft Pixie Spray, and set it aside until it becomes tacky to the touch. Then place the stencil down onto the cardstock, and spread White Glitz Glitter Gel over the panel using a Stencil Pal tool. Remove the stencil and set the paper aside to dry. Wash the stencil and tools immediately in warm soapy water.

Adhere the stenciled panel onto a 3.5″ 5″ card base. Stamp the pine tree image onto white cardstock using Shabby Shutters Distress Oxide ink. Trim around the image with scissors. Place Foam Squares on the backside of the tree line, and then adhere it across the bottom of the card. Trim off the excess from the sides.

Cut a snowbank from white cardstock using the Slopey Joes border dies. Adhere the snow below the tree line using Foam Squares. Tie twine around the bottom of the snow. Adhere the images to the snowbank using Mixed Media adhesive. Stamp a sentiment in black ink onto a thin strip of white cardstock. Cut the ends into a V-notch, and then adhere the sentiment with small pieces of Foam Squares.

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We know if you’re like us when you see these ideas, you want to make them too! And let’s face it…it’s an expensive time of the year! So do┬átake a moment to get entered to win and then go visit our friends at LDRS Creative to see what they’re up to and enter their giveaway! And don’t miss our Instagram hop we kicked off yesterday for more chances to win!

3 Comments on It’s the Freezin’ Season with Therm O Web & LDRS Creative

  1. Meghan Kennihan
    December 10, 2020 at 9:12 am (8 months ago)

    I love how you did the snow and holly!!

    Reply
  2. Denise Bryant
    December 10, 2020 at 1:02 pm (8 months ago)

    This fox set is really cute! Fun cards! Love the texture of the holly berries and snow!

    Reply

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