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I'm particular about my snow-peeps, and I just love this Snow Dude from the Paper Smooches Swanky Snow Dudes set!

Know what I love about snow men?  It doesn't take a lot of time to color them!  *chuckle*

Are you gearing up to do your holiday cards? 

  • Ellen has an AWESOME sale going on right now on select Christmas items (there are a LOT of goodies!!!).  CLICK HERE to go right to the sale items! It ends on Oct. 17, so don't miss out!

I use a LOT of Neenah, so now is a great time to stock up, too!

And, to inspire you, I did a fun video on this guy above!  Watch it here, or on YouTube!






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  1. Julie: Love your card and video. I was smiling and singing all thru it..I love Christmas Vacation and watch it each year to kick off the holiday season…Thanks for sharing your talents with us in class.

  2. I can’t wait to make this simple and beautiful card next year for Christmas Cards! Thanks!!!!

  3. Hey, Kristen–No matter what paper you use, Copics will usually “show thru” to the back side of your card stock. The only paper I know of that is bleed-proof is the special Copic Paper, but the color still “shows thru”, even if it doesn’t bleed thru.

    If I really need to disguise the bleed thru, I’ll layer an extra panel of white on the inside front to conceal it. But, I tend not to worry about it all that much. Or, I’ll switch to water-based markers or colored pencils when I’m doing a single layer white card.


  4. Quick question for you on the Copics – how do you color a one-layer card without the color bleeding through? I know your coloring was minimal, but I still seem to bleed through with my Copics. What kind of paper do you use?

    (LOVE the card, by the way!)

  5. Super cute snowman and another great card from your hands! Great tweezers tip :)

  6. Such a cutie snowman. Love him!!! I’m fussy about snow dudes,too, and this one is awesome!

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