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Holly Jolly Snowman

>> Tuesday, October 20, 2009

by Julie - The Write Stuff
The recent chilly temperatures had me feeling like a snowman, lol. Yes, we do get snow here in N. Georgia, but not often and it's usually in the Jan-Mar period. Although, we have had it here as early as Thanksgiving. But the temps did drop into the 40's so we were a little chilled.

For my snowman (L001 Large Snowman Head), I stamped him twice on white cardstock and colored his hat, scarf, nose and shaded him a little using markers and a water brush. I cut out the base image using a die. I cut out the hat and scarf only of the second image and popped them up on top of the base using foam tape. I sponged a little green ink around the edge of the die cut.

I did the sentiment (B364 One Line Merry Christmas) tag the same way. I used red and green ink on the P631Open Plaid and stamped it on the diagonal to make my candy striped paper ribbon. On the white background panel, I stamped the P481 Holly/Pine Tree Card Edger with dk green ink as a frame and used markers to add some color. I cut it out using the scallop edge as the guide. It's attached to red then to a white card.

Before you head out today, please check out the Creative Crew Card Challenge that starts today. It's being sponsored by DRS Designs and I'll have a card for this challenge on my blog as well. We'd love to have you join in on the challenge, so check it out!


Cathy Indelicato said...

Great job on this and great use of the border image.

Jennifer E. said...

WoW! Great coloring & stunning border!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

This is so adorable Julie!! :) Love your border as well and your coloring is very lovely!!

Sue said...

What an absolutely adorable card! He just jumped right out at me this morning! Too Cute!

Miss Boo (a.k.a. jen70) said...

Your card is so cute! Love the frame you created.

Jessica G. said...

Such an awesome idea to use the card edger holly to create a frame! Perfectly festive spot for Frosty to hang out!!

Samantha said...

This is terrific Julie! Awesome card - thanks so much for sharing it with us!

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