Snowy Card with Cardinals!

Hi friends! Today I am sharing a fun wintery card using some of the new stamp sets I designed from Rubber Stamp Tapestry.


We will use watercolor crayons, embossing powder and texture paste to create a dimensional card with depth. Watch the video to see how!

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Supplies from Rubber Stamp Tapestry:

Other Supplies:

Card: 5″x7″
Red layer: 4 1/2″x6 1/2″
Watercolor paper: 4″x6″

Featured Fan Art!

Diane Murray shared this beautiful card using my Succulents set, isn’t it gorgeous?

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It’s so nice to see work create with these new stamps! I hope you find some time to get creative this weekend. Happy Crafting!


7 Responses

  1. Your tips are amazing…definitely going to look for the latex substitute (have to go back and listen and write it down). Again you left in your mistakes, and I agree, the birds are way better with the way you “fixed them”. You are killing me with your stamps…now I want that set, but I have vowed until I use the two I just got then I am staying away from buying any more. I think I need a support group! Funny story, I cut out the woodland scene and put the tack stuff on it to dry. It was in the craft room on the chair drying…somehow the bunny hopped onto my pants that were draped there, and when I got back in my vehicle after church, there was the bunny on the seat! How embarrassing if it had stayed stuck! #needafulllengthmirror. With your humor, I thought you would enjoy that.


  2. Gorgeous!! Love the texture in the snow ~Sophia


  3. Lindsay just ordered those two. Your stamps are awesome. Keep it up. so is RST have been dealing with them for years.


  4. Hey Lindsay – while you are freezing over there in Maine we are stripping off and jumping in the pool – I love this card design but I’ll keep the idea in mind for a Christmas card.


  5. Lindsay, what a fabulous card with so many different techniques demonstrated to us through the video tutorial on You Tube. Thank you I really appreciate all you do for us crafters. :O)


  6. Hi

    Thank you for sending me this email with the link to your blog post – Snowy Card with Cardinals.

    I watched the video tutorial on You Tube and commented there and on your blog post.

    I would appreciate it Lindsay if you would go to my blog post and maybe comment on my projects that I have posted there. It is a very new blog post so it is in its infancy so any advice would be gratefully received.


    Blog post:





  7. another winner Lindsay and two more sets to my collection. Love the mixed media effect.


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