Welcome! We're having pretty decent weather for the U.P.--it's above zero for the foreseeable future. However, it's definitely still snowman weather here for many weeks to come! That means that I can use snowmen on thank you cards, right? Today I have another thank you card to share, this one using Papertrey Ink's PomPom Pals stamp set for the focal image, and Inside and Outside Thank You for the sentiment on the card front.
I thought I'd show you again how to leave part of an image extending past a die-cut shape. I generally use about three layers of cardstock between the die blade and the piece of cardstock on which my image is stamped, in just the area that I want to avoid cutting. I then send the image and die sandwich through my machine as normal.
When I remove the die, the scrap pieces of cardstock have shielded the part of the image that extends, and it should look like my picture above.
Shown above are the Copic markers that I used to color the snowman image. (Click to enlarge, as always.)
I used several Spellbinders dies on my card front, including Pierced Circles, Pierced Rectangles, Petite Scalloped Circles Large, and Standard Circles SM Here's hoping this chilly little guy conveys our thanks in a warm way! Thanks for visiting,