this is a Cuddly Buddly DT card that i created for my husband. i used one of the images from the Cuddly Buddly Snow Family clear stamp set and water coloured with twinkling H20s as usual; the sentiment is from the Merry Little Christmas set. I’m in the process of colouring the whole snow family but papa is the first one that got made into a card; they’re all so cute.
i found the perfect papers to match at the Cuddly Buddly shop:
Kim’s Digi Papers – A Portfolio of Papers – Ochre
Marianne Design – Christmas Wishes
along with the Marianne Design Creatables Die – Poinsettias Miniature LR0142; i love the smaller size for the card sizes I make, like this one that’s 4 and 1/2 inches.
i’d like to submit this card to these challenges:
sweet stampin christmas: snow people
mod squad challenge: frosty the snowman!
crafting for all seasons: ’tis the season
the male room: masculine ribbon
jingle belles: linkfest 2014 anything goes
ABC challenge: y is for yuletide
be sure to visit the blog for some very creative projects that feature some more Cuddly Buddly stamps and visit the Cuddly Buddly facebook page for more projects and news. thanks for popping by.
9 thoughts on “Papa Snowman”
What a sweet and adorable card!!
such a cute card, love it!
Great colours, and very cute! Good for a masculine Christmas card.
I like papa snowman – great colours on the card and lovely papers too. Like the ribbon treatment. Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room this week!
Very cute snowman and I love the poinsettia embellishments too xxx
OMGoodness this is so cute. I love snowmen so this has been a fabulous challenge for me to cruise and look at all the GREAT cards submitted! Thanks for joining us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ this month! Hugs, Gail
Sorry I’m a bit late in commenting! Love your snowman. Thank you for joining us in The Male Room.
Super cute snowman. Just love the colours you chose too.
Thanks for joining us
Sweetness personified, Ms. Linda. OMGosh, that image was made just for you. They knew who could color it to perfection! I used twinkling h2o’s too, but I don’t seem to get the color saturation you get. No surprise there. There’s only one Linda, darn.
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