I can't remember if I ever made a card as clean and simple as this one. The Less is More Week 32 challenge of "one layer - seeing double" had me putting on my thinking cap. I now believe that less is harder than more. I also used the color combination from the Create with Connie and Mary Challenge #167.
The card base is Shimmery White card stock. All images are from the Merry Winter stamp set. The sled was stamped with Basic Gray ink; and yes, I meant for it to be on an angle so it would look like they were sleigh riding. Many times I've stamped things not quite straight but this was on purpose. Using my stamp-a-ma-jig, I stamped the taller of the two snowmen on the sled, one in Cajun Craze and one in Old Olive. There is a border stamp of snowflakes that I colored just four flakes with the Old Olive and Cajun Craze and stamped it in the corner. The sentiment was stamped above the flakes with Basic Gray ink. This would make be a great card for a class of beginners, a workshop make and take or quick and easy Christmas cards. It was so hard not to add some bling, ribbon or more layers, but I am happy with the results.
Stampin' Up Products Used
Stamp Set: Merry Winter (w-#122700/c-#122702)
Ink: Basic Gray Ink Pad (#109120); Cajun Craze Ink Pad (#119671); Old Olive Ink Pad (#102277); Cajun Craze Marker (#119678); Old Olive Marker (#100079)
Card Stock: Shimmery White (#101910)
Tool: Stamp-a-ma-jig (#101049)