Friday, 31 March 2017

Have Yourself A Very Dotty Christmas

Hello.  Welcome.  It's Rudolf Days!!  That extra little incentive to restock the Christmas card pile.  It's a bit early to find a winner for 2017, but I quite like this one.  Except for the fussy cutting!!  That was super expert level 3.  

Stamplorations large Snowman stamped and coloured with promarkers and gold pilot marker and fussy cut.  The background was a offcut from a gold card.  I added a scrap of white card cut with Stamplorations Stitched Snow die and then decided I wanted some dots.  The scraps bag yielded a couple of pieces of gold glitter paper, just big enough to die cut some big dots.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
March Rudolph Days Challenge
CHNC Challenge 326 - Anything Christmas 
Mod Squad Challenge - Use Gold 
Pixies Snippets Playground Week 273/274 
Simon Says Stamp National Crafting Month Winding Down 


  1. Hi Jonnabunny,
    What a very wonderful card and your snowman is so sweet.
    Such a very super design too, and a great background also.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

  2. What a cute snowman. He has a bit of a zany look about him!
    Lovely card, The big glittered circles look great

    Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days Challenge

  3. This is really fun and cheerful. Worth all the fiddly cutting.

  4. Hi there! So glad you found your way to the Snippets playground Bunny! Lovely card - such a happy snowman too!

    Just about to add myself as a follower as well :)


    Di xx

  5. Just had a real close look at Mr Snowman - amazing fussy cutting! I bet you needed to lie down in a darkened room afterwards! x

  6. Sweet card and great background. Thanks for joining us at The Mod Squad Challenge

  7. Lovely Rudolph Day and Snippets card Gail.
    Waving hello from the Snippets Playground.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx


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