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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Christmas card

I made this Christmas card using the snowman from an image swap I was in.  I used copic markers to color him with. the wings, bottom of scarf and the heart buttons have stickles on them.  Cardstock is SU and patterened paper is from Paper Studio.  The snowflakes were punches from glitter cardstock and sprayed with smooch spritz and then blotted with paper towel.  Ribbon is from my stash.  Saying at top is a SU stamp and punched with SU oval punch.

15 comments:

  1. Isn't that the cutest stamp? You did such a great job on the card and coloring! It just puts me in the mood for winter! Love it!

    XO,
    Chris

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  2. Such a cute snowman! Love all the sparkly snowflakes too! Hugs, Cami

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  3. He's a real cutie pie. Love the snowflakes and the ribbon looks like delicate little snowflakes, too.
    Sue S.

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  4. Very cute!! My Mom collects snowmen so I guess I need to get this little gem. TFS!!

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  5. How cute!!! I ordered one of these snowmen and cannot WAIT for it to get here! :D

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  6. Hi Charlotte...looks like your comment problem is fixed! YAY! Gorgeous card...the blues are so pretty!! And I especially love the glittery snowflakes!! Pat rank

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  7. Pretty card. Love the glittery snowflakes.

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  8. Love this maggie image! Such a sweet card! TFS!!! hugs, Angela

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  9. Your card is great I have this image and
    I like it very much.
    Hugs Linda

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  10. Just about to use this sweet stamp myself! Great job on your holiday card!!!

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  11. So stinking cute! I just love this stamp and you've you've done it justice! Keep them coming.
    Blessings from Georgetown,
    Leslie Avila

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  12. Super cute snowman and lovely snowflakes embellies :o)
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  13. Really nice card...I love that snowaman! The colors are perfect for Winter too...

    rhonda

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