Christmas in July – Day 8

Hello everyone!

Christmas in July Day 8 (Day 24 of the colouring challenge) and I’m so chuffed that I already have 8 cards made for this year! Today’s card uses another older snowman stamp, Flight of Fancy by PrintWorks Collection. The stamp itself is undated but I bought it on my second ever trip to a Hobby Lobby, back in October 2015 when I attended Simon Says Create for the first time!

I stamped and masked the snowman and then created a rectangular frame mask. I blended some Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide ink in the rectangle and then stamped my background stamp (Make it Merry by October Afternoon) using Pumice Stone Distress Oxide. I coloured the snowman with my Twinkling H2Os and then added a sentiment from my newest Sugar Pea sentiment set!

I’m entering this card into the Retro Rubber Challenge where the theme is Christmas in July and the CAS Christmas challenge which has a theme of snowflake.

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Oh wow, Lucie! From the picture, I thought you’d used a piece of designer paper behind your snowman. SO much more impressive that you masked, stamped and inked it! And it’s gorgeous!! Love this one… a lot! Thanks for playing along with us again at Retro Rubber Challenge.


  2. I love this joyful snowman, Lucie, and you’ve given him a beautiful snowy world! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Christmas!


  3. Adorable card Lucie! I love your snowman … he is so fun. Your masked and sponged rectangle with stamped snowflakes is really pretty. Great work! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Christmas!


  4. So cute, Lucie. Amazing job with the stamped and sponged snowy background. Thank you for joining us at CAS Christmas. xx


  5. What an adorable snowman…love snowman and my Christmas tree is full of them each year. CAS and fun card. Don’t forget you have met Double Dare’s requirement of “something square” with you square card…please check us out and enter your challenge with us too…we are partnering with Retro Rubber and our link is on their blog.


  6. Great details in your one-layer CAS card. Masking the image was done so well! Thanks so much for playing with us at Retro Rubber!


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