Stampin’ Up! Don’t Stop Believin’ Melting Snowman Card

I’ve always loved snowmen, so when I saw the melted snowman in the Don’t Stop Believ’ stamp set, I had to have it. When I saw the Sunday Stamps challenge for this week (SSC240 TIME TO GET SKETCHY), I immediately knew it was the perfect time to play with Frosty, from the Stampin’ Up! Don’t Stop Believin’ stamp set.

My card is inspired by the Sunday Stamps Sketch Challenge — SSC240 TIME TO GET SKETCHY



The main ingredients are: 

  • Stamp Set(s):  Don’t Stop Believin’
  • Dies:  Stitched Shapes (circle)
  • Punch(es): Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch
  • Cardstock: Whisper White, Balmy Blue
  • Designer Series Paper (DSP): Feels Like Frost
  • Ink: Basic Grey, Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Watercolor Pencils: Garden Green,Cherry Cobbler, Balmy Blue, Early Espresso, Water Painters, Blender Pen
  • Embellishments & Accessories: Wink of Stella, Silver Ribbon


  • Paper trimmer
  • Die Cutting Machine
  • Paper snips/scissors
  • Bone Folder
  • Adhesive(s)
  • Your choice (i.e. Stampin’ Seal, Stampin’ Seal+, multipurpose liquid glue)
  • Double-sided Foam Dimensionals


  • Paper Trimming/Cutting
  • Scoring Paper
  • Stamping
  • Die Cutting
  • Paper Punching
  • Watercoloring


  • Card Base:  Whisper White cardstock size 5 ½” x 8 ½” scored at 4 ¼” 
  • Card Front:  Blamy Blue Panel size 5-1/4” x 4-1/8” and Whisper White Panel size  5” x 3-7/8”
  • Scrap:  Whisper White scrap  approximately 3×3″ for circle and 2-1/2” x 1-1/4” for the punched stamp
  • Designer Series Paper Panel: 2” x 3 ⅞”
  • Silver Ribbon:  Two strips of ribbon:  one strip of ribbon measuring  ½” x 4 ½” and one piece measuring ½” x 3 ½”



  • Cut/trim/score all cardstock and DSP as described above

Stamping, Watercoloring, Paper Punching, and Die Cutting

  • Stamp the sentiment on the 2 ½ ”x 1 ¼” piece of Whisper White cardstock
  • Punch out sentiment with the Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch
  • Stamp the snowman on the 3”x 3” piece of whisper white cardstock and color as desired
  • Using your die cutting machine cut the stamped snowman with the circle die

Putting it All Together

  1. Adhere the Whisper White panel to the Balmy Blue panel
  2. Adhere your chosen DSP to the right side of white panel
  3. Adhere the ribbon to the back side of the Balmy Blue cardstock
    • Adhere the first strip of ribbon (½” x 4 ½”) approximately ¾” from top left
    • Adhere the second strip of ribbon (½” x 3 ½”) on the right approximately ¼” from bottom
    • Adhere the strips of ribbon to front of cardstock
  4. Adhere your circle 
  5. Adhere your sentiment
  6. Add Wink of Stella as desired
  7. Add panel to card with dementonals
  8. Stamp inside of the card and the envelope, as desired

PRESTO!  The project is complete!

If you come across any errors in my ingredients and recipe, please let me know so I can amend my post content.  And, as your creative coach, I am here to help you with your projects – just reach out and I’ll be there to help!


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Published by Lisa Jurich's Stamping Nook

Hello! My name is Lisa and I’m an avid card maker. I’m here to share my projects, be your creative coach, give you fun project ideas for papercrafts, and provide tutorials. To me, helping someone put together that perfect project for a special occasion is the best feeling in the entire world. After all, creating cards and gift items is about more than just stamps and ink—it’s about sharing a part of yourself with the people you love. And, that is exactly what I’m here to help you do (and I bet you’ll teach me some new tricks of the trade too)!

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