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Wonderland Winter Snow Scene Cards


Do you love Vellum?  Have you tried out the new Winter Wonderland 6x6 vellum stack from the Stampin' Up! 2015 Holiday Catalog?  You get 36 sheets in the 6x6 stack.. wowza!

I selected 2 of the prints from that stack and used them for my winter scene cards stamped with the trees from the Wonderland set.  The vellum and stamp set are both on pg 23, or are available in my online store by clicking on any of the product photos at the bottom of this post.


I love the gold print on the vellum... such pretty patterns!!  You'll find the vellum stack on pg 23 in the Stampin' Up! 2015 Holiday catalog, or here online.


I wanted some extra Gold Bling so I punched out some gold stars with the "Medium Star" punch and the beautiful Gold Foil Paper.  Stampin' Dimensionals are the perfect touch to pop the star off the card!

 These cards are pretty monochromatic in Island Indigo, but I love the touch of Gold!


TIP: I used Fast Fuse to adhere the vellum... I found that it did not show when I put the Fast Fuse on the White part of the card, and then I added some under the star.  It turned out perfect!  Watch my FAST FUSE TIPS VIDEO here.

You may have seen this photo below on Facebook.. I had to make 87 thank you cards to send to my dear, faithful customers after my million dollar milestone week, and I was getting VERY inky.. so I decided that rubber gloves were called for!


MASKING TECHNIQUE: I tore a "mask" using a Post-It note and stamped the trees over that and sponged some ink in the "sky".  When I posted this on facebook several people asked for a video tutorial on this.. would you like me to make one? Leave me a comment if that would be helpful.

UPDATE: I did make a video... CLICK HERE to see the video tutorial for this card!



You can see below how each one turns out a little bit differently depending on how you tear the post-it note mask.  I used each mask about 3x before it got too inky, then grabbed another one.


The PEACE sentiment is stamped in Island Indigo ink on Whisper White and punched out with the Word Window Punch.

Dimensions and Details:

Base card: Whisper White Note Cards #131527 (they are precut and prescored)

Blue Layer: Island Indigo, cut at 3-1/4" x 4-3/4"

White stamped/sponged layer: 3" x 4-1/2"

Vellum layer: 3" x 4-1/2"

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Download your FREE Wonderland Tree Card Project Sheet here



Price: $11.00

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Jane Harrah

I wanted to let you know that although I don't comment often, I look at your blog every day. I love your work and always get great ideas from you. Thank you so much for posting and sharing!

Barbara Felece

Patty, love your blog and your videos. Would love a video on this project - so pretty! I do visit your blog often though I don't always comment. You"re one of the few who always share something to help other stampers. Thanks

Gladys Rienks

This s a BEAUTIFUL card, and I would love a video of how you created it. Thanks for being so generous sharing your creativity and tips with us. Congratulations again on reaching your Million Dollar status.

Robin Chase

Dear Patty, Yes, I would love to see a video on how you did this fabulous card. Thanks to your tips, I think I know how you did it, but I would appreciate knowing just how it's done. :-)

C.D. McK

Love this card. Please do a video.

Lisa S

Such a pretty card. I LOVE your videos, no matter what, I enjoy them! So, of course please make a video.

Sandy from Ca

Please could you do a video :) Love the card just not to sure how to do this plus love your gloves!!! Never thought about wearing gloves while stamping :)

Monika “SunshineStamper” Jennings

Beautiful cards for Christmas!

Janice Ormiston

Yes on video. Always enjoy your e-mail s

Sherry in MI

Hi Patty,
What a beautiful set of cards. Had you ever thought of using the silver vellum on some of them? I would love to see the difference between the gold and silver cards. I would also love to see a video of the making of this card. Your videos are something that I look forward to seeing because I always find something new/interesting/different way of doing in them. Keep up the good work!


Thank you so much for the card! I loved it!!! I would like to know how to make that card with the video as well. I was trying to see if I could see how you did it but I don't want to take the card apart the video would be much easier.
Thank you

Debbie kifer

You do awesome cards! Thanks for sharing your creations.


Video, please! Looks like there is a lot of interest. Love the way the unstamped paper looks like snow. Thanks, Patty.


What an awesome card!! And yes it would be great to have a video. Some people learn by seeing. That is me!! Thank you for your fabulous ideas and explanations of how to"s.. God Bless

Carolyn from British Columbia

As many have already said, we love your videos! It would be wonderful to see one about this card. Thanks again for all that you share.


Beautiful! Would love a video!

Jane Giggy

I would love to see a video Patty. Your card are breath taking! Very classy!


Love it and thinking of CASEing it for my Christmas cards so PLEASE do a video! Thanks for sharing!


beautiful card. of course, we want a video.

Suzie D

Love to see a video of this beautiful card. I check your blog everyday and have learned so much from you. Thank you for sharing your time and talent. I have been using a 1/4" square of SU tear and tape in the four corners of my vellum. Before removing the white paper I rub my bone folder over the small square to burnish in the tape. It doesn't show on the front of card and it lays flat.

JoAnn Porter

I would also love a video on how you made these cards. I am kind of a visual learner and seeing it done along with directions is so great. I love your video's. These cards look really beautiful and I am sure everyone that got one was very excited to receive it. Congratulation on your big milestone of over a million. I can only dream that someday I might make a milestone. Thank you for all that you share with the rest of us who aren't as talented and gifted ad you!!!


I always appreciate your videos, but for this technique, the photo pretty much explains it. Card is gorgeous. I esp. like the simpler (dotted) vellum overlay 'cuz it's more subtle than the other patterns and doesn't take away from the stamping and sponging work done on the rest of the card.


Hi Patty! I love this card! I would love to see you make a video for it. :)

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