Stampin’ Up! Alpine Adventure Christmas Let It Snow

I used the Stampin’ Up! Alpine Adventure stamp set bundle and the Gold Foil-Edged Cards & Envelopes to create a fun Christmas card to share with you today.  I borrowed a little inspiration from the Holiday Catalog for this card too.  🙂

My card design is very loosely inspired by Freshly Made Sketches 354.

I started by stamping the sentiment from the Alpine Adventure photopolymer stamp set in Poppy Parade ink on a panel of Festive Farmhouse DSP.  Then I added the snowflake images in Gray Granite ink randomly over the panel.  I adhered the stamped panel to the front of a Gold Foil-Edged Cards & Envelopes card base with SNAIL.

I stamped the skis, sled and wreath images from the Alpine Adventure stamp set in Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Basic Gray, Garden Green and Poppy Parade inks on a panel of Whisper White card stock.  I stamped the “buckle” part (I’m sure that there is a real term for it…but I have no idea what it is!!) of the skis in VersaMark ink, sprinkled them with Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat embossed them.

I cut the stamped images out with the coordinating Alpine Sports Thinlits Dies and then cut panels of Poppy Parade and Wood Textures DSP with the sled and bow dies and I adhered the pieces to the card front with Multipurpose Liquid Glue.  I added one of the Santa’s Workshop Enamel Shapes next to the sentiment to finish the card front.

I stamped the sentiment, sled and snowflake images from the Alpine Adventure stamp set in Poppy Parade, Early Espresso, Gray Granite and Balmy Blue inks on a panel of Whisper White card stock to finish the inside of the card.

You can see a list of supplies and card stock cuts used to create this project at the very bottom of this blog post.

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Card stock cuts for this project:

  • Gold Foil-Edged Cards & Envelopes – 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ card base
  • Poppy Parade – Alpine Sports Thinlits die cut
  • Whisper White – two Alpine Sports Thinlits die cuts, 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel inside card)
  • Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Stack – Alpine Sports Thinlits die cut

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24 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Alpine Adventure Christmas Let It Snow

  1. Very pretty. I really didn’t like this set but what you did with this card I’m second thinking it! Inky hugs, Terry~~

  2. I really like this winter card with reminders of snow and the me a break from thinking about Hurricane Florence and our 90+ degree weather!

    • Hahaha! It’s been so stinky hot here that the thought of snow sounds kind-of nice! 😉 Glad that you liked it! 🙂

  3. What a charming Christmas card! This is such a clever idea to use the skis for the vertical stripes of the sketch. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches

  4. This is such a fun and creative use of the sketch!! And I love the inside with the sled leaning against the sentiment. Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

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