Christmas Snowmen

This year, I had good intentions to get all of my Christmas cards made early and mailed promptly. Yeah, that didn't happen. I finished the last few tonight that will be mailed tomorrow. Procrastinate much?

Anyways, this is one of the cards I made - these went to my co-workers and a few friends. The others? Well, I never got a photo of them so we'll just pretend they were the most intricate and fabulous cards ever and now you're sorry you didn't see them, right? Actually, they were fairly simple and featured a computer generated image so not a lot of craftiness to share there anyhow. But enough about what you can't see - let me show you what I did think to save -

I used the snowman die cut from Papertrey Ink to cut my snowman and his hat. The scarf is a piece of yarn that I separated so it looked fluffy and warm. Background paper is a chevron design (source unknown) and red PTI cardstock. Of course I colored his carrot nose orange and gave him a couple of twig arms. The inside of the card is simply stamped "Warm winter wishes" from the stocking set, also from PTI.

I will have one more card to share with you before the "big day" so stop back and visit me again soon! You can also check out the story of Jacobmas at Ridiculous Lab and tomorrow I will have a post up on Are You on the Fence about A Klingon Christmas Carol. You won't want to miss it!


Debbie Gaydos said...

LOL.... I'm so bummed that I don't get to see those other fabulous, intricate cards! I can just FEEL how amazing they are! But this one is ADORABLE TOO, love his fun little scarf!