I finishes my Sketch Challenge around midnight last night, posted it on SplitCoastStampers and shut the computer down. I was just too excited to post the Santa Nugget box that getting the challenge done in time and on the blog was secondary!!! I like the nugget box much better than I do this card. It was a VERY fun challenge and as I was looking at the submissions on SplitCoast today I can see a LOT of wonderful cards!!!
I did follow the sketch but I flipped it. I just felt the snowman (of course ANOTHER snowman card!!! LOL) should face the wording. And speaking of the wording, I did it on the computer and then punched it out using the 1-1/4" punch and for the black layer I used the 1-3/8" punch. That part was EXTREMELY easy to do.
I used the Cuddlebug snowflake folder for the background and the snowman is from the "Jolliest Time of the Year" set. I just LOVE that set. I used some white craft ink on a sponge on top of the snowflakes but it doesn't show up very well. And being it's a more oily ink the tape didn't want to stick so I had to glue the pieces in place. As I was gluing this I thought to myself, "No one will know." Now that I've told the world!!! LOL Ok, ok, ok, I GLUED THE PIECES!!!! But one thing is for sure, they're not going to fall off!!! LOL
So here it is in all it's glory, my Wednesday Splitcoaststampers Sketch Challenge!!
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what a fun card! great job!ReplyDelete
Cute. That was my first thought too when I seen the sketch but I don't have any current snowmen so I changed mine. You did a great job on this.ReplyDelete
I really like this card ....The let it snow fits right in here lately it as not stopped snowing in a few days ....LOL TFS!!!ReplyDelete
Cute card...you can NEVER go wrong with a snowman :-) Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
This card looks great.I love the way you added the sentiment under the snowman - I would not have thought of that. TFSReplyDelete
You know, I didn't really like the look of this sketch when I saw it posted, but I like what you've done with. I just might have to try it myself.ReplyDelete