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Chubby Snowmen Slimline Card

Hi guys! Kelly here. Im so excited to show you this slimline card I made using Art Impressions Chubby Snowmen Stamp/die set. 
I started off with a 4"x9" 110lb Neenah Cardstock panel. I die cut a small circle mask and freestyle cut a ground mask & started blending Distress inks using finger daubers. I used Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry into Faded Jeans, Blueprint Sketch, Chipped Sapphire and a bit of Black Soot around the edges. While I let that dry I stamped my images onto the same cardstock. 
I colored them with Copics and die cut them out. 
The set comes with 3 Snowmen and a sweet lil bunny. I only used 2 so I added the 3rd on the inside. 
I die cut a black mat from PinkFresh Studio Slim Diagonal Stitched Rectangles Die and mounted that onto my white slimline card base. Put it aside &
I took my inked panel and added white paint splatter, let dry.
I then removed the moon mask and the ground mask and trimmed it down a bit smaller than my stitched black mat. I foam mounted the images with foam tape and added white gel pen to the snowy ground. I added white gel accents to my images & black Glaze Gelly roll pen for the eyes. Also some sparkle pen to the background. 
After I had everything assembled I added some glossy accents to the Christmas tree star, lights, snowmen noses, candy cane and the hat band. 
I had a lot of fun creating this card & I hope you like it. 

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