I don't know if you guys have seen these great circle cards that are all over the place now, but my Mommo (and fellow SU demo, Gerry Dyer) came up with a great idea.
She thought it would make the perfect snowman card!
Here is the card that she thought up and I put together. If you are lucky enough to get into a swap with her at convention, you might get one of hers!
First I punched/die cut 1-3/4", 2-1/2" and 3-7/8" circles in Whisper White card stock. Then I sponged the edges with Bashful Blue ink.
Take off the top circle, and you are going to put a brad through the two larger circles, while they are centered on top of each other.
Then put the smallest circle on top and put a brad through this one and the middle size only (not the bottom one). Do this lined up right on top of the other brad like shown. (I changed the color of brads at the end to black and white so they would blend in better.)
Now when you open them up, this is what you have! When they are closed, they fit in an envelope!
For the hat, I used the Word Window and Cupcake (bottom) punch. The circles are from the Cupcake punch also.
The arms are from the snowflake punch and the nose is cut with scissors. When he is all folded up, he looks like he is starting to melt!
My Mommo is so talented!
This would be the perfect card for a Christmas in July class!