Snowman Magic Shaker Christmas Card for the Alphabet Challenge

Snowman Magic Shaker Card by Secrets To Stamping

Hi, Stampers!

It’s time for the next letter of the Alphabet challenge – “S is for Snow” and I am watching it fall outside my window as I type this! I bet you all are so jealous right now LOL but whether you like snow or not, it’s always pretty on a card at least, right? Snowman Magic is retiring so it just made sense to play with it one more time, and this time I made it a shaker card. I decided to use a couple of the new In Colors because I haven’t had much of a chance. I firmly believe that not all snow cards have to be white, but tell me what your favorite color combination is in a comment below.

Once you finish here, I hope you visit our Alphabet Design Team gallery for some great inspiration and play along!

My secrets to making this project

  • Firstly, I made this card from the inside out again so it ended up a bit bigger than I intended.
  • To start, I cut a piece of white cardstock to 4-1/4″ x 5-3/8″ then I cut it out with the Snowman background die.
  • After that, I cut a piece of window sheet and In Color designer paper to the same size, I adhered them all together with the snow sequins with adhesive strips.
  • Then, I adhered it to the Granny Apple Green cardstock and distressed the edges. If you want to keep this card to the A2 size, you can stop here! However, I decided to add one more layer of cardstock, Starry Sky, to go with the designer paper.

And now, the fun part!

  • After that, the rest of the card was easy – I stamped the wonderful sentiment from Perched In A Tree and cropped it out with the Double Oval Punch.
  • Then, I cut out three of the trees with Granny Apple Green cardstock.
  • Finally, to finish the card front, I stamped and cropped out the little bird and added the matte dots to the snowflakes.

Card Back

  • Since every card needs a place to add a personal message, I cut white cardstock and stamped the “Merry Christmas” from Celebrate with Tags in Starry Sky ink and cut out two more trees. Then, I layered it onto Granny Apple Green cardstock before adhering it to the back of the card.

I’m sharing my card with these challenges:

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A little winter humor!



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6 thoughts on “Snowman Magic Shaker Christmas Card for the Alphabet Challenge”

  1. So cute!

    P.S. -That is one heck of a lot of snow, my friend! That is a sign to stay in your craft room…..

  2. Such a fun interactive Christmas shaker card! Wonderful colors and very festive dies!! Thanks for sharing with us at Cut It Up! ~Katrina

  3. It’s a beautiful card with the fun shaker element! I don’t mind the snow as long as I or other family members have to drive in it. That little humor you shared could be me this Thursday when I have to take my daughter to the dentist LOL. Expecting a snowstorm Wednesday night into Thursday morning!
    Thank you so much for sharing at my Crafty Wednesday challenge! Happy Holidays!
    Ellie
    Ellibelle’s Corner

  4. Love your sense of winter humor. Your card is amazing. I really like the vivid colors paired with those tiny shaker pieces. Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff

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