Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Let It Snow!

Is this little snowman not just tooooo adorable? It's one of the stamps in the Gina K Let It Snow stamp set. See yesterday's post for a sample using other stamps in this same stamp set. Honestly, there isn't a sleeper in that set! :-)

Not much to tell you that you can't figure out for yourself. I used watercolor paper and colored with Tombow markers and a blender pen. I was trying to go for kind of a soft look because I think the background paper lends itself to that. The glittery accents are Stickles Glitter Glue .

Remember, you can always click on the image for an enlargement if you need to see more detail.

The designer paper is from Scenic Route Paper Co. Isn't that pretty paper? On the bottom edge of the dp I used my new Martha Stewart embossing punch. I got it at Michael's in Dallas this past weekend with a 50% off coupon. Gotta love that!

If I forgot to tell you anything pertinent, please don't hesitate to email me.

As always, I do so apprecite your stopping by, as well as your comments.

I'll be back tomorrow night with something new.

Have a great Thursday!


Flossie's Follies said...

What an adorable card love that cute snowman.

Beth said...

It's so cute!

Your gift tags inspired me and I'm getting ready to make some. I hope they turn out even half as nice as yours!

Pam Speidel said...

Such a sweet snowman card Michelle! I love the soft colors you've chosen and the special edge at the bottom! Perfect!

Carol said...

I have to smile when I see this snowman! So darned cute! I love the colors on the DP and the sheer ribbon that matches. A totally beautiful card guaranteed to put a smile on the recipients' face! TFS

Mimi said...

How cute!!! I love that snowman too! What is it about snowmen that just make you happy on the inside & smilin' on the out? Great the paper, etc!!

Have a blessed Thanksgiving!!

Linda D said...

Great everything!! ;-)

Kathy W said...

The lavendar color looks so nice on this snowman card. I agree, GinaK's snowman is very cute. The punched bottom makes a soft accent. Thanks for sharing.