Sandi MacIver, Paper Craft Artist -

Simon Says Stamp Snow Much


What do you do when it’s -39 outside and snowing?  Turn on the fireplace, make tea and colour snowmen of course!…hahah..  with two corgis curled up at my feet, that is exactly how I spent yesterday, coloring the Simon Says Stamp Snow Much Snowmen cards.  I’m also participating in The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge so stay tuned for lots more colouring.

Green and Blue handmade Christmas card with snowmen and snowflakes using new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

I recently receive this Simon Says Stamp Snow Much Stamp set which I believe was part of their January card kit which is sold out, but you can order the kit supplies separately and I couldn’t resist this adorable little snowman.  (I’m pretty much in love with the penguin too – he’ll debut soon).

Tips & Tricks for my Simon Says Stamp Snow Much Card:

  • Start with a piece of Hammermill white cardstock.  Sponge on Distress Oxide Ink in Peacock Feathers, Cracked Pistachio and Mermaid Lagoon.
  • White heat embossed the sentiment and the snowflakes.
  • Next, splatter some water and white paint all over and set the piece aside to dry.
  • Next, once dry, cut it out with the Wonky Rectangles Dies (the largest one) and cut a scrap of white cardstock with the Stitched Slopes and Hills Dies to create the snow behind the little snowmen.
  • Mount both pieces to the Simon Says Stamp Audrey Blue card base A2 size with foam tape.

Creating the Simon Says Stamp Snow Much Snowmen:

  • Finally, stamp the snowmen on another piece of Hammermill cardstock and stamp the snowmen twice in Hero Arts Intense Black Ink.
  • Use copics to colour the little fellows:

Copic Markers used to color the Green and Blue handmade Christmas card with snowmen and snowflakes using new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

Gray:  C0, C1, C2 – Red:  R24, R29, R39, Blue:  BG32, BG34 BG 15 Nose:  Y17, YR04

  • Keep the coloring simple and add a few highlights with a White Ranger Gel Pen.
  • Next, attach the red one with glue dots and the green one with foam tape.
  • Once attached, use the gray copic markers to add a bit of shadow under them
  • Finally, add a few different sizes of white sequins from the Simon Says Stamp Girls Best Friend Confetti.

Green and Blue handmade Christmas card with snowmen and snowflakes using new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

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Sadly the Snow Much stamp set has been discontinued, but I have substituted a newer stamp set that will work really well with this card layout.



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10 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp Snow Much”

    1. Thanks Sibylle, and thanks for the info, I changed my post, I honestly could not remember what month it was from haha, obviously!.

  1. I love this! Your background is amazing, perfect colors and perfect sponging! Love the stitched edging too. So sweet!

  2. Pretty darn cute, Sandi! Loved this stamp set but passed on the kit … M A Y order the stamp set yet, but still trying to tighten my belt (the space thing!) Thanks for the free PDF … and hope you’re keeping warm ‘n cozy there! LOL It’s been pretty brutal here too lately, but … never mind, when you can make adorable cards like this one and be cozy in your craft room, that really does make it much more bearable, eh?! Thanks a bunch for sharing again.

    1. thank you Geraldine. I would definitely order the stamp set, it’s worth having, those little Penguins are next on my hit list, haha. You are so welcome on the PDF, I find many of my readers really like that they can print it off and take it to their craft rooms. Yes, staying warm and cozy, it’s beautiful and sunny outside, but when you open that door, it’s a reality check for sure, haha….oh well, it makes you appreciate the warm days.

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