Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Button Up

Hello.  Welcome.  I have combined the Stamplorations sketch and the tic-tac-toe board at Repeat Impressions to make a fun christmas card.  



I added a panel of snowflake patterned paper on my card base.  I embossed the music stave stamp from Stamplorations Splattery Grunge set with gold powder.  I cut a card topper with Sizzix Postage stamp die and mounted it on a piece of gold glitter paper.  The snowman is Stamplorations large Snowman, coloured with Promarkers and I added three black buttons.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Stamplorations January Challenge - Sketch and Mixed Media 
Stamplorations - Anything Goes Challenge 
Repeat Impressions Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge - J1117  buttons, snowman, patterned paper
ABC Christmas Challenge - B for Buttons
Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge 315 - AG


6 comments:

  1. What a fun card! That's definitely a cute snowman! Thanks for joining us at The House that Stamps Built! It's always fun to see what you create for our challenges.

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  2. This is adorable!! Your snowman is so cute and I love that use buttons for his, well . . . buttons! : ) Genius idea! Thanks for playing with the House That Stamps Built.

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  3. Thanks for entering your lovely crafting for CHNC challenge 315 – you could also enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for January - I'd love to see it there too x

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  4. Super sweet Christmas card, Gail,love your snowman. Thanks for joining this years first challenge at ABC Christmas Challenge.
    Dorte x

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  5. So adorable! Love this cute snowman!

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  6. Such a lovely card- I love that snowman! Thank you so much for playing along with us at STAMPlorations this month! :)
    Suchi- DT xx

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