I started creating my card by cutting a night of navy background to size (4" x 5 1/4"). Then I took some white card stock and tore it for the snow. Here's a tip- when I was cutting the width of the white card stock I left it a hair wider than 4" because when you run it through your big shot to emboss it the card stock will shrink. Using a 2 way glue pen I added some dazzling diamonds glitter along the edge and all over the embossed snow. I have 3 layers of white card stock for the snow and the top 2 layers have dimensionals underneath them.
For the snowman I colored my stamp using SU markers, cut him out and placed him on my card. I did the same thing with the little birdie except since he's sitting on the snowy area I had to use glue to adhere him.
My sentiment was just stamped and punched out using my extra large oval punch. And lastly, I added some pearls for the snowflakes. When I place pearls on my cards I always use my paper piercing tool. I just pick them up with the tool and put the pearls where ever I want them on my card. I used the three smalles size pearls for my snowflakes.
Stamps: No Peeking
Card Stock: White, Night of Navy
Ink: Night of Navy, Gumball Green
Supplies: Big Shot, Snow Burst Embossing Folder, 2 Way Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Basic Pearls, SU Markers, Dimensionals, Scissors- for cutting out images, Large Oval Punch, Tombow Multi Glue
Technique: Dry Embossing, Paper Tearing