Today for my project I'm going to show you a winter themed lantern I created. I used ScrappyDew's Sledding Snowmen (scroll down to view all the patterns) cutting files to decorate my lantern.
Lantern Pattern by Sandra's Scrapsels , converted to cut with MTC.
This is the first side, as you can see he is winding up for a snowball fight.
This is the second side and this guy is in a race to avoid them! LOL Some additional photos.
You can see just how small I cut these snowmen and they still cut great on the Expression. I love Rob's files because they are arranged in layers according to color and also 1 layer has the file completely put together. Which is very useful if you like to do Print n Cut's. Just open the file, size and print. How easy is that!
some added greenery
Side view, you really can't see from the photo but there are many layers to this lantern. You have the side of the lantern, then a vellum layer sandwiched in between the face of the lantern, a top decorator piece and then the icicle layers.
ScrappyDew - Sledding Snowmen Cutting Files scroll to view all patterns
Stickles - Black for Eyes and Mouth, WinterFall, StarDust for Snowballs, Icicles, Snow Mound 2nd Side
CuttleBug Embossing Folder - Swirls
Scotch Mounting Tape
DCWV - Silver CardStock
DCWV - Neutrals Grey for Lantern
Paper Company - Clear Translucent Sheets AcMoores
Flameless Candles - Dollar Store
Orange Colored Pencil - Nose
Ink - Black for Lantern, Blue for Snowmen
Offray Spool O Ribbon
Bazzill CardStock for Greenery
Red & Green Shredded Paper Inside of Lantern
Metal Clip - Dollar Store for Lantern
I think that's about it, LOL Thank you for looking