Monday 2 December 2013

Frosty the Snowman

Morning all, thanks for dropping by.
Trouble with our internet connection yesterday evening so no post, so here I am this morning.
Typing is a little tricky as Max the pooch has decided to fall asleep on my lap while I browsed the web earlier. He's very little but a good hot water bottle!
Had a serious session on Saturday writing cards which I had better post! I am still a few short in the not too fat to post category. Today's card is hopefully one of those.

The stamp is by Molly Bloom and I coloured him using Copics. The scarf is in my favourite footy team colours, Sheffield Utd, not doing too well this season but they appear to be getting better! The design also allowed me to use up some of those scraps of paper you always have left over and don't want to throw away.

I shall enter it in the following challenges:-
Crafty Little Fairies - Classic Christmas , red green and gold (32)
Allsorts - Inspired by a Christmas song --Frosty the Snowman (52)

Well thanks for dropping 'round, bye.


  1. Still on the copy and paste I am afraid but wanted to pop in any take a peek at your latest make, say hello and thank you for joining in a Allsorts challenge.

    B x

    1. Thanks Brenda for taking the trouble to comment despite your injury, I know how frustrating it can be. Hope you are on the mend.


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