Stampers Dozen Blog Hop November 2019

The weather took a chilly turn this week.  Low temperatures, wind blowing made my eyes tear every time I walked outside.  Scarf and gloves are a must now as well as a winter coat.  The long winter months are ahead and what better way to deal with what is coming, create something that will make you smile!  With that being said, the Stampers Dozen Blog Hop November 2019 theme is about home decor.  I created an adorable framed art piece for it!  Let’s take a look!


Stampers Dozen Blog Hop November 2019


Let It Snow Framed Art

I just finished my Holiday Card Club for October which featured the Snowman Season Bundle from the Let It Snow Product Suite.  I found I was still wanting to create with the set as well as the product in the suite.  So guess what happened, a framed art piece was made!  If you are not aware, I LOVE creating framed art or samplers.  The Let It Snow Framed Art is oh so cheery!


Stampers Dozen Blog Hop November 2019


Stampers Dozen Blog Hop November 2019


The Details:

  • I am often asked what size the project is and where do I get my frames.  I figured this was a perfect opportunity to answer.  All my Framed Art pieces are 12″ x 12″ and I purchase my 12″ x 12″ shadow box from Michael’s.  They can be found online or in a local store.  The project fits nicely in the frame.


Stampers Dozen Blog Hop November 2019


  • Each square is 3″ x 3″ with the exception of the one 6 1/4″ x 3″ rectangle.  I changed it from a square to rectangle just to mix up the design.  The first thing I do is pull out one sheet of 12″ x 12″ designer series paper.  I pick the patterns that appeal to me right off the bat.  The patten paper is cut 2 3/4″ x 2 3/4″ and adhered to the 3″ x 3″ square.
  • I tend to repeat squares with each project.  The 3 banner and the single ribbon square are displayed.
  • Remember to just have fun creating your project.  This one I definitely had a smile on my face.  The supplies I used are listed at the bottom of this post for easy reference.

Lastly placement of the Squares:

Do you struggle with placement?  Are the squares straight?  This is my EASY method for placement and ALL my customers LOVE it.  With your trimmer, cut four 1 1/4″ and place them in the 4 corners of your 12″ x 12″ card stock.  The picture is on original and should be updated but I kind of like the reminder of how it started and how far I have come.


Framed Art Placement


Time to Blog Hop!

YAY!  You have read my post on the Let It Snow Framed Art and it is time for you to hop through and see more beautiful creations!  Be sure to comment on the ones you love.  Again, my supplies are listed below.  Stay warm and have fun creating!

Happy Stampin’!


Stamper’s Dozen November 2019 Blog Hop

  1. Patty Chenail – Stamp-Patty’s – Stamping in My Flops
  2. Judy Garza – Creativity Released
  3. Sharon Hashimoto Burkert – As the Ink Dries
  4. Carol Payne – Carol Payne Stamps
  5. Joanne Cantrell – Keep It Simple, Stampers
  6. Rachel Yurkanin – Stamping with Rachel
  7. Debbie Naylor – Unfrogettable Stamping
  8. Bonnie O’Neill – Bonnie Stamped
  9. Laura Milligan – I’d Rather BEE Stampin’
  10. BJ Peters – StampinBJ


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