Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Snowman


I love how this card turned out and it was mainly made with bits left over from other cards. I made a batch of the Simon Says Stamp Believe stamp and die, along with the Poinsettia Parade.

I only had to cut out Simon says Stamp Pine Needles die  to finish the spray. The Simon says Stamp Picture Book Snowman was already made, you have to try a new die out even if you don't use it to begin with.

I think for this years cards I will be making a few like this especially as I make my own cards and have to cut off a strip to make a square card, all the dies work with the leftovers.

15 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous Debby.xxx

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  2. Wonderful card, Debby! Fabulous design and I love the colours you've used. xx

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  3. This is a fantastic design Debby xx

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  4. Magic for sure, Debby - love this!!

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous Debby, love the snowman die, great design, Kate x

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  6. This snowman us really cute Debby and I love the way you have combined it with the pretty pine branches and poinsettias and that lovely large outlined die cut sentiment, and the white and red with a touch of black is just perfect. x

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  7. Absolutely scrumptious!! And the colour scheme is so right. Smiles. Jan. x

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  8. WOW! how very beautiful and impressive it's made out of leftovers!
    Faith
    x

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  9. A brilliant card, love the way the snowman is popping up out of a bunch of poinsettias
    Lorraine x

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  10. Love him Debby. Fab card x

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  11. I love the frosty look of your card. All white with a pop of red is so festive.

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  12. Thought I'd left a comment on this card... seems not :-) Anyway, I think it's fabulous! Love everything about it - including the fact that you get to use up those pesky "cut off" bits :-)) Donna xx

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