I was having so much fun with the snow man pieces I decided to do a second snow man card, well this time it’s not a card, I thought it would be fun to make a snow Family advent calendar. This was so much fun, the snow people are inspired by my son and his 2 daughters. ($10 bucks Brayden if you actually read this post lol)
All the fun is in the reveal, to see this card in action please check out my FACEBOOK page, feel free to join if you would like to share your own crafty creations. You can also see a video of this card on my INSTAGRAM page.
I am so excited to show off this card, I think it turned out super cute and I have to thank Karen Ostergard , this months Crazy4Challenges host for coming up with this weeks challenge as I don’t think I would have thought to make this card without it. So you are probably wondering, what is this weeks challenge and it is…..BBRRRR. it’s cold outside in most of the Northern Hemisphere or it’s quite warm in the Southern Hemisphere. Do a winter themed card if you live in the north and a summer card themed card if you live in the south. Well I live in the North so winter card it is, but at first I was a little stumped as Christmas just past and I didn’t want to make a card that looked to Christmasy. Then I saw a Surprise Ball Valentine video from Karen Burniston that gave me the idea to make this fun snowman, and here it is.
The magic is in the motion, to see this card in motion please check out my Facebook page, please feel free to join if you would like to share your own crafty creations. My videos can also be found on my Instagram account.
to see all the Winter and Summer themed cards from the C4C design team please check these out C4Cblog (posts on Saturday January 11)
A super cute way to package some Christmas goodies, these make cute classroom gifts or Christmas market wares. I made these goodies for my daughters class back when she was grade 3 🙂 when goodie bags were cool and punch art was what we had to do to make these kinds of adorable characters.
****these ideas are not completely my own, I found the poems on Split Coast Stampers about 10ish years ago, and ran with it.