1 Stamp, 3 Ways with Tammy {12.10.21} Merry Mice

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1 Stamp, 3 Ways with Tammy

Hello friends! It’s time for another 1 Stamp, 3 Ways! This month we are featuring the set, Merry Mice – perfect for creating fun and adorable winter and holiday cards!

Warm Winter Wishes Card

This A6 card, measuring 4 ½ X 6 ¼”, features these cuties warming up with some hot cocoa after a busy day outdoors! To create my card, I started by cutting the gorgeous silver foiled cardstock from the Let It Shine Snowflakes Collection Pack to 4 ½ X 6 ¼” and attaching it to an A6 white cardstock card base.

Next, I white heat embossed the sentiment from Giant Holiday Messages onto a piece of vellum. I then die cut the sentiment with the Giant Birthday Messages Oval Die. And then I created a scalloped oval frame by cutting white cardstock with the Giant Holiday Messages Die. Next, I taped the Giant Birthday Messages Die onto the scalloped oval before running it through my die cut machine. I attached the scalloped frame over the sentiment then onto my card.

 Next, I stamped, colored with Copic markers, and die cut images from the following sets:

Merry Mice/ Coordinating Dies
Thanks a Latte/ Coordinating Dies
How You Bean? Christmas Cookie Add-On/ Coordinating Dies
Tiny Gingerbread/ Coordinating Dies

Then I arranged the die cut images onto my card, using foam tape on some for dimension to complete it!

Let It Snow Slimline Card

The adorable mice from Merry Mice have joined up with some of their friends to frolic in the snow and have a tree trimming party! To create this fun scene, I started by die cutting Bristol cardstock using the largest die from Large Slimline Dies

I ink blended the background with Worn Lipstick, Festive Berries, and some Lobster Ink. Next, I added some white acrylic paint using a stylus to create a snowy look. Then I cut a snowy border using the Slimline Stitched Hillside Borders, inking the edges with Mermaid Ink before attaching to the bottom of my background. I created a little skating rink by die cutting white cardstock using the Stitched Pond Frame before inking it with Mermaid ink. Then I attached it to the bottom left of my card, trimming off the excess.

I stamped, colored with Copic markers, and die cut images from the following sets:
Merry Mice/ Coordinating Dies
Mice on Ice/ Coordinating Dies
Here We Go A-Waddling/ Coordinating Dies (lamp posts)
Car Critters Christmas Add-On/ Coordinating Dies (wreaths)
Yeti Or Not/ Coordinating Dies (snowboard)
You Autumn Know/ Coordinating Dies (jumping mouse)
Cheery Christmas/ Coordinating Dies (santa hats)
Joy To All/ Coordinating Dies
Furry and Bright/ Coordinating Dies (Christmas lights)

Next, I die cut the Giant Let It Snow from silver glitter cardstock from the Sparkle Cardstock – Holiday pack and white cardstock and layered them, just slightly offset, before attaching to the center of my card. I then arranged the die cut images onto my card to create a scene, using foam tape on some for dimension. Lastly, I added some white Mini Snowflakes to the background and attached my background to a white cardstock base to finish!

Shaker Ornament

I love creating these shaker ornaments for the holiday! They are so fun and easy to make and look so special on the tree!

First, I started by cutting a silver glittered scalloped circle for the ornament base using the Scalloped Circle Stackables. Next, I cut a circle from Bristol cardstock using the Circle Stackables. I placed the Stitched Snowflake Backdrop over my die cut circle and ran it through my die cut, then ink blended the background with Worn Lipstick and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide ink, and attached it to the silver scalloped circle. Next, I cut another white circle and then cut it with the Stitched Hillside Border Die to create a snowy border, blending the edge with Mermaid Ink before attaching it.

I stamped, colored with Copic markers, and die cut images from the following sets:
Merry Mice/ Coordinating Dies
Cheery Christmas/ Coordinating Dies (santa hats)
Joy To All/ Coordinating Dies (present)

Next, I attached the die cut images to the circle using foam tape for dimension. I then sprinkled some sequins, mini silver stars, and glitter onto my scene, keeping it all in the center. And then I attached the clear domed ornament to my scalloped base using Glossy Accents, letting it dry for a good ½ hour before moving it. As finishing touch, I tied some Peppermint Cord into a loop to hang up my ornament!

Thanks so much for joining us today for 1 Stamp, 3 Ways! We love hearing your suggestions for sets you would like to see featured in the upcoming months. Please leave your comments here or over on Instagram!

Wishing you all a wonderful Holiday season and a Happy New Year!
Big Hugs,
Tammy

Thank you so much for sharing another amazing 1 Stamp, 3 Ways with us, Tammy! Your creative projects are always so inspiring!

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Have an amazing day!

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8 thoughts on “1 Stamp, 3 Ways with Tammy {12.10.21} Merry Mice

  1. Gorgeous cards! Love the little mice – they all make me smile. I love the snowboarding mouse – so fun. And – your ornament is fantastic!

  2. Tammy’s cards are AMAZING. Love them all!! TFS –
    Lori S in PA
    p.s. I think the background chosen for the photography made it harder to see the details in the cards. For a grey / white card like card #1, maybe a solid and bold-colored background would have been easier on the eyes. Just a suggestion.

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