Hello there

Gosh, I have just come to my blog to type up my post for the current sketch challenge to find all these wonderful comments left here about my little snowglobe scene, thank you so so much, you are all so sweet..

So as the title says it is sketch challenge time and we have another great sketch for you all to participate in, so be sure to get inky and stamp away and enter this weeks challenge, make sure to head over HERE to view inspiration and details on how you can enter for a chance at winning..

This sketch is super simple and I love that I could keep it super CAS..

Stamping out the reindeer from the Festive Friends, colouring him with my Polychromos and die cutting out..

I seem to be gravitating towards After Midnight ink at present and so with that in hand and my Drifts and Hills stencil, I took to a piece of white card stock and added some snowbanks in the bottom right had corner…

I added my little reindeer along with some glitter pen dots to create a snow falling scene and completed this card by stamping a sentiment from the Merry Moments, die cutting this using Skinny Strips and adding to the card panel..

I look forward to seeing what you all create this week and I sure do hope you will have some time to participate…

Have a fabulous and crafty session day!



Hi there

Here we are and at the end of sharing all the creations using the October Card Kit, I really hope you have enjoyed seeing all the amazing creations, to view even more head over to the blog for one last time..

I chose for this card to create a little snow globe scene using some older products and kit products to produce my card..

Firstly, I die cut into a white panel using the Tall Snow Globe Die, with the inner section I took the Drifts and Hills stencil and added some snow banks by adding Wild Wisteria and After Midnight Inks..

I then die cut another one and using the other inner section, I took the snow bank from the Snowy Scene Builder and die cut the base, then adding foam tape and adding it to the inked panel, trimming off the excess…

Next, it was time to die cut the pieces that went into the snow globe, taking the snowman from the Classic Snow Globe and die cutting several parts to build him and the die cutting some trees from the Snowy Scene Builder..

I added these to the snowbank and the die cut a Cement Gray panel for the Tall Snow Globe to sit on, within this I embossed a sentiment from the Snow Globe Greetings, adding this to the card front..

I completed this little scene by adding white gel pen dots to make it look as though snow was falling..

I hope you will have as much fun creating with this kit as I have..

Have a fantastic day!


  • Isabel Z

    Love what you created especially the snow drifts in the background.ReplyCancel

  • sharon gullikson

    Oh, I LOVE your simple snowman. This whole scene is just precious.ReplyCancel

  • Karen Ba

    I love the scene inside the globe!ReplyCancel

  • Tami B

    How pretty, and that background…outstanding!ReplyCancel

  • Laurie Kirk

    Oh wow an can actually feel winter in the air looking at your wonderful card. (I can use that chill today as it is in the 90s here today.ReplyCancel

  • Liz O.

    Lovely card Joy!The layered hills give this a perfect winter look, thanks for the inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Maria C F

    Love the background that you created!ReplyCancel

  • Love me a snowman – this is a great lay out and winter card – love it very much cuz I am a sucker for snowmen! Nice work!ReplyCancel

  • Heidi Rees

    Wonderful card Joy! Great way to create the background! He’s such a fun snowman! And I love the white dots, it really does look like it’s snowing!ReplyCancel

  • Cute card. :) Love how you added snow banks in the background.ReplyCancel

  • Becca Yahrling

    This is so very sweet.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful scene card! :)ReplyCancel

  • Tracy S

    I love the snow banks in the background! You made a lovely card.ReplyCancel

  • Sue D

    cute scene with the snowman and the snow drifts.ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Z

    You have outdone yourself!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Mills

    Oh, how adorable!! I love your snowdrifts in the background!ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl B.

    Love the Drift and Hills snow banks. I would never think to use wisteria.ReplyCancel

  • Meghan Kennihan

    Beautiful scene! I LOVE the snow hills!ReplyCancel

  • Zlatka K

    Gorgeous card! I love the design!ReplyCancel

  • Lauryne Cunningham

    What a beautiful card! I love the clean look with the gorgeous snowy background- so pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Chris

    Love the clean look of the card.ReplyCancel

  • Hanh

    Beautiful card! Love your background!ReplyCancel

  • Mary-Anne V

    Beautiful snowy drifts on this serene winter scene.ReplyCancel

  • Bonnie King

    Oh my gosh – I LOVE your little snowman scene! Your inked drifts and hills gives it so much depth. Fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • Shauna Avery

    Very cute!! I just love it!!ReplyCancel

  • Tanna LoHouse

    I love all those hills in the background of the snowglobe!!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    So very pretty!!ReplyCancel

  • Kay Demonbren

    Oh, how adorable is this card? I love every little detail!ReplyCancel

  • Brian Poteraj

    The simple design of your card is very nice. This might be my favorite snow man.ReplyCancel

  • Jen Petersen

    What a sweet card you created! LovelyReplyCancel

  • Denise Bryant

    Cute as can be! An absolutely charming card with that sweet snowman! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Toni

    Wanna build a snowman? Lol, love this card, I’m a big fan of scene building cards!ReplyCancel

  • Stacey Kowbel

    Fabulous card! I love that background!ReplyCancel


    Fabulous background snowy scene! That snowman ☃️ looks cute & comfyReplyCancel

Hi there

Back here sharing my day 2 card for the October Card Kit from MFT, I hope you are liking what you have seen using the Snowglobe Greetings, it is such a fun kit to work with..

Swing past the blog to see even more great creations using the kit from the team..

I chose a more graphic feel again for this card keeping simple elements and joining them together to form this card..

I first embossed the Knitted Sweater Background stamp onto white card stock and applied a heavy coat of After Midnight ink over the top, I die cut a circle out of this background using Circle Stax 1..

I then stayed at the die cutting machine and die cut several layers of white card stock, die cutting the freebie die Believe, adding a top layer of Silver Sparkle for some shine..

Next, to die cut was the Miseltoe Kisses out of some Cement Gray card stock..

I then added all these die cut elements to a white panel and completed this card by adding some enamel dots as the berries and stamped a sentiment onto white card stock from the Bitty Holiday Wishes, die cutting this with Skinny Stips..

I will be back again tomorrow for the last day using the October Card Kit..

Have a fun crafty day!


  • Sherri Little

    Love the texture of the knitted background stamp.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Reiner

    Beautiful holiday card! I love that “believe” die. Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    So very gorgeous!!ReplyCancel

Hello there

So it is that time of the month where the team at MFT start to share creations using the card kit and this month as we are nearing closer is Christmas related and such a sweet card kit, make sure to pop on over to the blog to view what the team have created for the first day of viewings..

My card I went with what I call a more graphic style, placing elements on their own to create the CAS style..

I chose the Miseltoe Kisses die, running it through the die cutting machine twice, once cutting some white card stock and the other with some Vellum, to which I adhered both together and then die cutting a Electric Red bow..

Still at the die cutting station, I took the Impact Numbers, running it through the die cutting machine several times out of white card stock and with the top layer adding Silver Sparkle..

The last thing that I die cut was snowflakes from the Stylish Snowflakes out of Sno Cone card stock, adhering together..

Next, I took a white panel that I used the Scor Buddy to add some embossing around the edge of the card..

Adding a stamped sentiment in the top right hand corner from the Snow Globe Greetings set..

Then I went about adding my other elements and completed this card by adding some clear sequins..

Sorry for the washed out look of the photo, seems because there was a lot of white my camera just did not wish to respond..

I will be back again here tomorrow to share even more from the kit..

Have a wonderful rest of the day..


  • Angie Hollins

    Love your card! Thank you for sharing!!!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy G.

    What an awesome and gorgeous card! With just the right amount of color & bling, this card is a winner! Great idea!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Reiner

    Your card emits a cool, classy holiday! So pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Janice

    Such a pretty card! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Jan Elmore

    Oh my…what a beautiful card!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    So very pretty!!ReplyCancel

  • Rhonda Clore

    Really like all the things that represent Christmas on your card!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Rokke

    Very Elegant!ReplyCancel

Hello Again

Back to share the latest sketch challenge at MFT..we are currently sitting at number 459 and I sure hope you will play along this month, for more details on how you can enter for a chance to win and see loads of inspiration then head on over HERE..

Now I have to admit, we all make those cards when we are not completely happy and I have to say that this card is one of them, but I am sharing as well like you I have those less then creative moments..

I took 2 panels of cards stock, After Midnight and Electric red and embossed with Gold Embossing Powder, stamping the background stamp Ho, Ho, Ho..

I added these card stocks to a white base matching the sketch and then went ahead and die cut a snowflake from the Stylish Snowflakes out of white card stock and added this to the centre of the other card stocks..

Completing this sketch card by stamping a sentiment from the Bitty Holiday Wishes and die cutting out using Skinny Strips, adding across the centre of the snowflake and added a few clear sequins..

I look forward in seeing what you create this week…

Have fun!



Hello there

I hope you are all having a fabulous day…plus I hope you are enjoying seeing what is being released out of the MFT Vault this month..

I am sharing my second card for the Vault Release and this time I worked with Toasty Greetings set, how cute and adorable are those Snowman and Penguins..

For me I chose to use one of the Snowman, colouring with Copics and die cutting..

I then masked off an area on a white panel and inked with Tropical Teal, to give a snowy night scene…

I added white gel pen to look as though the snow was falling then took the mask off and added my little toasty snowman and the fire..

I stamped a sentiment onto a strip of white card stock and added a bit of glitter with a strip of Silver Sparkle..

I hope you will head over to the blog to view even more amazing creations from the team..

Have a great day!


  • Emma Sleppy

    Cute card. After all these posts, I need some marshmallows! LOL!ReplyCancel