No, snow is best left to Christmas cards and the Alps.
So I set about designing a scene that could be cut in one piece. You have to think differently, think about what will be left behind as much as what you cut out.
Once I had my drawing - the old fashioned way, I imported it (scanned) into Gimp and clicked the magic wand to get rid of the bit I didn't want, then filled the bit I did want with bucket colour.
Saving as a jpeg, I imported it into Silhouette Studio to do a trace. It is easier to trace a solid than a line!
I cut the base card, a piece of blue acetate (document wallet) for the backing and the scene in white card. I sprayed the scene with adhesive and glittered it.
Then it was a simple assembly job. I have included a positioned window on the inside for text but I just hand wrote inside with a silver pen - so that the text does not show through much when the card is displayed.