This is for a grandson and his wife who live in Alaska. I thought this would be appropriate for them! One of my goals for the year (again) is to make a bit of a dent in my stash of images and other supplies. And once again I did not keep track of the origin of this cute snowman!
He is trying to keep warm
with that scarf! The die cut
is from an older Cuttlebug set. I added a bit of glitter
to the snow..some of it just looks like blobs on the screen!
Tic tac toe - column 2: The House that stamps Built.
Sketch #2: Sweek Sketch Wednesday
Cold embossing with something warm: Double Trouble
Winter: Cuttlebug Mania.
Any: Patties Creations
Gorgeous card Thank you for entering our Anything Goes Challenge atThrough The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge. Good luck Ginny
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What a gorgeous card, love your design and fab embossed background. Thank you for sharing your beautiful make with us over at Polkadoodles and hope you will join us again.
My Little Patch of Heaven
the image is adorable and CAS layout is all it needs with the snowflake embossed background that really pops. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble; but please also enter at Stinkin'Inkers "Warm Up", (the scarf). They are partnering with us on this Challenge and would love you to share with them. Link is on our challenge post.
Super cute! And that embossed background was made with my favorite embossing folder! Great white on white layout. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.
Wonderful card, Dorothy! The rich texture makes everything stand out. Thank you for playing along at Double Trouble #47. (I am also in AZ.)
Love the tone on tone! Great take on the challenge at The House That Stamps Built.
I really like the embossed background and the overall design is perfect for Alaska!!! lol great job!!! Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Crafter's Castle this month....good luck :)
Lovely card! thank you for sharing it over at Angie.s Digital Stamps Challenge! Huggies, Alina DT
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