I know, I know, I have overdosed on snowmen. But, I can't help myself. I just love them and, you know, it is winter. I'll fight myself and try to do something else soon. LOL
Hope you all had a fab weekend. We had downpours of rain. If it could have only been really, really cold, just think of the snow we could have had. When the cold comes in, the moisture disappears around here. So, not much chance of the white stuff. Such is living in the deep south, I suppose.
My sweet snowman is from Sassy Cheryl's Digis. She does have the cutest ones and I have several more in the wings just waiting to be made. Ha I made the card for the Featured Stamper, FS310, on Splitcoaststampers. Her name is Lynn aka allee's. She is such a sweet person and has a wonderful gallery of cards. I hesitate to show you which card I cased. A lot went wrong and it barely resembles hers. O.K., this is it. I had my card completely made and saw a boo boo, tore it up and threw it in the garbage can. I thought I would use my snowflakes instead of the side panels she used. Gosh, everyone thought my snowflakes were black. Nope, they are dark blue, Night of Navy from SU.
My card also fits the new January Fan Club Christmas Challenge, SCSCCJAN13: Christmas Wedding/be inspired by borrowed, blue, old, and new or all. I have all but the borrowed on my card. I have a new digi, used blue Copics, and the punches are old.
You will have to be a member to join the fun.
Stamps-Sassy Cheryl's Digis/Simple Snowman Block, Hot off the Press/Christmas Words
Paper-PTI white cardstock, Stampin'Up! Night of Navy
Ink-Stampin'Up! Night of Navy
Accessories-Martha Stewart snowflake punch, Martha Stewart Polar Stamp and Punch, Liquid Applique (for snow), Sakura Gelly Roll pen for glittering the tiny snowflakes, Copics