Friday, November 18, 2016


Hello stamping friends! I love the hostess stamp set in the Holiday Catalog called "Cozy Critters". The owl is adorable, but I fell in love with this peaceful looking fox. I don't know, maybe it was the scarf and hat, but so cute. I decided to make a peaceful card to go with a very peaceful little fox:

Can't you just picture this little guy out in near the woods in the snow? I stamped the fox with Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder (I added just a pinch of silver emboss powder to get a little variation in the white to make him look "snowy".)

Cozy Critters created by Sandy Mott,

Just for fun, I added the hat and a cloud on this card. Which is your favorite version - with or without the hat?

I started out with a piece of Night of Navy cardstock, 3 3/4" x 5". I shaded the sky with Whisper White Craft Ink and added sprinkles of the white ink mixed with water to look like snow falling. I added the moon (Layered Circle Framelits). Then I stamped the trees once with Basic Black ink and again with a little Whisper White Craft ink added to the tree tops (I used my Misty to get it lined up properly). After tearing pieces of Whisper White cardstock to make snow drifts, I sponged the edges with Night of Navy. I added a few little snowflakes to the "peace" which is die cut from the "Christmas Greetings Thinlits" (see a complete list of supplies below).

Hope you enjoyed my peaceful Foxy - I would love to hear from you!

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Happy Stamping!

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  1. Adorable card Sandy! Your attention to detail is top notch!

  2. I love your card. I see everyone doing these colorful scarves and am wondering how you did it especially when you embossed him. I am rather new at all of this.

    1. Thank you Maxine! I stamped the fox twice, once in versamark (to emboss) and once with Real Red ink. I cut out the scarf from the red fox and added it after I embossed the versamarked fox. Let me know if you have any more questions and thanks again!