As soon as I seen the Frosty's Hat stamp set from Colorado Craft Company, I knew that I wanted to make a Frosty card! The thing is, I do not draw very often. So, I conquered my fear, and I drew Frosty! Now I am no artist, but I think he came out "okay-ish"! I went online to see what Frosty looked like and I tried to draw him from the original cartoon. You will have to let me know how you think I did lol!
For this card, I drew with a pencil Frosty's head until I was content with how he looked compared to the image I found online. I then needed to stamp the Frosty Hat from the stamp set, Frosty's Hat from Colorado Craft Company, but I needed to mask the bottom of the hat so it would look like it was sitting directly on Frosty's head. So I masked the bottom of the stamp and I stamped the hat with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, because I was going to color the hat with Copic markers. After stamping, I colored the hat and then I drew with a black marker Frosty's head over the pencil drawing. I then colored in Frosty's eyes and nose according the colors in the original Frosty. I then stamped the flower in the Frosty's Hat stamp set, and fussy cut it out, then colored it with Copic markers. I then popped the flower on the hat with foam tape. I then decided that it needed some snowflakes (Frosty is made of snow, right!) so I stamped some snowflakes using the Nordic Snowflake stamp set from Colorado Craft Company using Balmy Blue ink from Stampin' Up! After that, I stamped the sentiment that comes with the Frosty's Hat stamp set using Poppy Parade ink from Stampin' Up! and cut it with my Tim Holtz Tonic cutter. I used Poppy Parade cardstock from Stampin' Up! for a mat and the card base is 110lb black cardstock.
I was hesitant to make this card because it meant that I needed to actually draw, but I think it turned out cute! Let me know what you think!
Copics used: Frosty's Hat: N8, N7, N5, N4, N3, N2 ; Flower: R85, RV21, RV02, B14, B02 ; Frosty's Nose: R39, R35, R27
Happy Crafting Y'all!