Winter Wonderland Showcase – Day 6 with Deborah – Comment to Win!

Welcome to day 6 of Your Next Stamp’s Winter Wonderland Designer Showcase.  


Over 12 days the design team and guests are sharing winter filled creations.  Plus, we are giving away a prize each day!  One random comment left on each day’s  post will be selected to win a $10.00 gift certificate to the YNS Store.  Leave a comment by 12/25 at midnight EST for a chance to win; all winners will be announced on 12/27. 

Today, design team member Deborah is having fun creating a scene!

 There are so many fun dies in the YNS store that you can’t help but make fun scenes with them! I love making cards that have a whimsical scene to show off the images. The card I am sharing today is one of those types of cards, but I will be showing you how to create a fun snowfall scene card using the YNS Snowfall Panel die and the circle bits left from the negative after you cut it.   

First, run the panel though your die machine over some white card stock. I have found that running it through twice makes this technique a little easier because it allows for those little bits to “stick” to your cutting pads. Once you have run it through, carefully remove the die and die cut from the pad and try to not peel off the bits left behind. 
You will need to head to the kitchen to grab Press n’ Seal for this technique – it is a great way to make small dies stay where you want them to.   Using Press n’ Seal plastic, (mine happened to be a Frozen themed one) lay it over the cutting pad with the little bits and burnish it with your finger to really get them to stick to it.  Then, carefully peel the Press n’ Seal back revealing the little circle bits left on the plastic. 
From this point, I turn the plastic over.  If there are extra spots you don’t want snow, just peel those dots off.  Once you are happy with your snow placement, turn the plastic over and apply a dot of glue to each one.  While this may sound a little daunting, it really is not, it will go by quickly.
After the glue placement, turn it over and place it over the panel and burnish with your finger or hand.   I like to leave it on the panel for a minute or two after burnishing to ensure the snow has nice contact to the paper.  Peel away the plastic and you will see your snowfall.   
Finish your card with the scenery you planned. For this card, I used the Evergreen Tree die for the background and the ever fun Silly Monsters Chill Out set for the image and the coordinating dies to cut it out.  In addition to the snowfall, I placed a few mini rhinestones to the sky for some sparkle.
I hope this gives you another technique you can use when creating fun winter scenes! Thanks so much for stopping in and taking a peek!  Remember to leave a comment for your chance to win a $10 YNS Store gift certificate.  Winning would make the season merrier!


  1. 1
    Dennice P. R. says:

    This card is gorgeous! I just bought the monsters stamp and I’m now realising I need the Christmas monsters set too! 🙂

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    Debbie Hayslette says:


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    Pam L says:

    Great tip, looks like it works quite well! Fun scene you made with the cute monster.

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    Nives K says:

    Fun card.

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    Louise says:

    Very interesting technique and such a cute card.

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    Marilyn says:

    Awesome card! Great idea using the Press n’ Seal!!

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    Kelly Santi says:

    This is an absolutely stunning technique ! Fabulous and result in such a little cutie on the card ! TFS!

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    Mrs De says:

    This is brilliant!

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    Danielle Dietz says:

    Fabulous idea Deborah! I will have to try it. Love the little monster.

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    Janice says:

    Wow!! This is amazing thanks for sharing.

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    Tracie C. says:

    So pretty – I love this technique. Thanks for sharing. What a great way to showcase that adorable stamped image.

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    Tricia T says:

    Wow! What a great idea!! Cute card, too!!

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    Becca Yahrling says:

    This is just darling! And thanks for the tutorial on the snowflakes.
    (Now I have to go buy some Press ‘n Seal – lol).

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    Amanda Butler says:

    Fantastic card! Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Kate Dykstra says:

    Such a fun technique – and a fabulous card!

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    Andrea Shell says:

    Such an adorable card! Thank you so much for sharing this technique! I can’t wait to try it!

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    Migdalia Rodriguez says:

    Awesome technique!Super cute card!! I love the cute monster!

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    I love this cute little winter monster! Adorable!
    Holiday Hugs!

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    Sue LD says:

    Very cute winter scene and thanks for the great technique.

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    Cynthia O. says:

    Thanks for the tip, Deborah. Fun snowy scene!

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    Jessica says:

    Love anything to do with winter ❄️

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    Linda Bostedt says:

    Great tip, I have press and seal, need to try it. Love those monsters!

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    Arianna Barbara says:

    Thanks for this tip!!! Love your card!!!

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    Leanne S says:

    Cute card! Like how you made the snow.

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    Carla Hundley says:

    Fabulous idea and
    thanks for sharing
    it. Love the card
    with the snowfall.
    Carla from Utah

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    Sharon says:

    Love new ideas

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    Steffi H. says:

    Such a cute monster fun card.

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    Trina Flynn says:

    Great tip I learned something new! I never would have even thought to use press and seal.

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    T!hank you for sharing this technique that is new to me. Great!

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    Interesting and adaptable technique and a cute card too! thanks for sharing.

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    Amy Cooley says:

    Great technique…love the snowy scene!

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    lisa808 says:

    I’ve never seen/heard of this before. Thanks for sharing.

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    Ruby Marchand says:

    Very interesting technique. Both cards are cute.

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    What a fun technique! I think I need to borrow my mother-in-law’s Press-n-Seal. I love that little monster!

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    Dianne says:

    Never knew about the Press and Seal, great tip plus you used my favourite new stamp set!

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    Sandra Corkrey says:

    Great technique! Love your card…now my “wants list” is even bigger!?

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    Sandra Corkrey says:

    Love it!

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    Marilyn Webb says:

    Awesome idea and beautiful card!

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    Julie A. Shearer says:

    What a great idea! And super cute card!

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    Maria D. says:

    Awesome technique and love the card!

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    ionabunny says:

    Great snow. Love this little monster. Hugz

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    Alexandra says:

    Adorable! Nice idea!

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    Very cute card. I love the little monsters.

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    Mary-Anne V. says:

    Awesome technique I really like how the snow is falling on this card.

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    Chark says:

    fun card, thanks for the tut!

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    Jeanie R says:

    Very cool technique! When I see snowfall on a card, I usually assume it’s with paste through a stencil. This is a good alternative. Love your Frozen-themed Press n Seal, haha!

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    lee s says:

    love this technique! I can see using it for other dies with little bits… and how adorable your little monster is throwing snowballs.

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    Indy says:

    Fabulous technique and super fun card!

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    KT Fit Kitty says:

    Scene cards are my favourite! Your is sooooo cute! Thanks for sharing how you made the snowfall – very clever!

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    Denise Bryant says:

    fun project! I’ll have to try it! Cute card!

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    Mary Holshouser says:

    Snowball fight!
    thanks for the idea on making “real” snow.
    Have to try that.
    Cute card.
    thanks for sharing
    Merry Christmas and Happy new Year

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    Mel C says:

    Fantastic look, fun idea!

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    Oliev says:

    Awesome card!

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    How fun!!! It looks quite time-consuming, but I think the end result was worth it! Great idea.

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    Marjeta says:

    Thanks for tip. Interesting idea.


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    Mona spark says:

    This stamp set is a must.. you colouring is amazing pretty

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