I've noticed recently that the majority of the Christmas images I have are snowman images. I have a lot of snowman rubber stamps and very few Santa images. I thought that was interesting. I never really noticed that in the past. Believe it or not but I've had these High Hopes rubber stamps for years and I've never used them! I have so many rubber stamps that I just can't get around to using all of them. Yes, I have that many. It's actually insane how many I have.
This snowlady image is by High Hopes. I bought both the male and female images back in the day. Snowman images will always be a favorite of mine so I don't think I'll ever part with any of the snowman rubber stamps I own.
This is another rubber stamp image that I never used until now. It's an image by the Greeting Farm. I thought she was a perfect image for a Christmas card.
One of the embellishments that I use a lot on my cards are flowers. I have a buttload of them that I bought in the past and despite using them on literally every card I make, I still have a buttload of them left. It's really incredible how crafters tend to overbuy when it comes to embellishments. Then instead of using them, we hoard them. My goal is to use them up and not to buy in bulk anymore.
I can't remember what brand is this rubber stamp. It's unmounted rubber so I threw away its packaging so now I can't remember who made this image.
I think you can see the microbeads better in this photo.
To color the background, I used my Prisma Color Pencils. I'm so glad I never sold my Prisma pencils. It is now turning out to be very useful.
This card turned out to be very sparkly with my using the Stickles and Wink of Stella glitter pen.