Winter-y Wall Art

I went a bit crazy creating cards for Christmas, so I decided to display a few of the card fronts as wall art.  Some cheap-o frames from Michael’s, a few extra wide mats and voila — Christmas art!  I kept everything in and icy, cool, color palette.



Santa’s Watching

  • Card stock: Distress Watercolor paper front; grey accent; Recollections Christmas Noel accent
  • Stamps: Rubber Stampede Santa Collage; Recollections Christmas Noel (flying reindeer); Hampton Art Snowman (snowflakes)
  • Dies: Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles; Tim Holtz snowflakes; Tim Holtz Handwritten Holidays (sentiment)
  • Inks: Distress Tumbled Glass, Stormy Sky; Pumice Stone and Spun Sugar
  • Other: Silver heat embossing on snowflakes; white gel pen



I’m from New Orleans, hence the weird spelling…. 🙂

  • Card stock: Distress Watercolor cardstock front; kraft backing; cardboard accent
  • Dies: Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles; Tim Holtz Snowflakes; Memory Box Parker lowercase alphabet
  • Inks: Distress Ink in Tumbled Glass and Pumice Stone; Distress Stains in Brushed Pewter; Distress Paint in Picked Fence


Snow Covered Trees

  • Card stock: Recollections Christmas Noel patterened paper front (snowflakes); Neenah Desert Storm and Solar White (tree)
  • Dies: Tim Holtz Woodlands; Tim Holtz Handwritten Holidays (sentiment); Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles
  • Inks: Distress Inks in Pumice Stone and Stormy Sky
  • Other: White heat embossing (snow on tress); and Distress Glitter in Pumice Stone (snow on trees); assorted sequins


Blessed Deer

  • Card stock: Birch tree patterened wrapping paper base (I think I bought this at Pier 1); Kraft, white, and sky blue accents
  • Stamps/dies: Simon Says Stamp Magical Christmas (deer and sentiment banner); Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles; Tim Holtz Winter foiliage; Spellbinders ovals
  • Inks: Memento Ink in Hot Cocoa (deer); Distress Ink in Pumice Stone; Distress Stain in Tumbled Glass (to color the background/wrapping paper)
  • Other: Darice embossing folder (wood grain); Tim Holtz ribbon and jingle bell brad; Silver heat embossing on sentiment



3 thoughts on “Winter-y Wall Art

  1. What a brilliant idea, Amy! Your cards are so gorgeous, and when you put them together and framed, they turn into a work of art! Love how you add the silver in, and had to laugh at “sneaux”! I keep looking at them to see if I have a fave, and I can’t decide – they each have their own lovely character. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge! hugs, Maura


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