Monday, July 1, 2019

Square snowman


This is an old early 2000???
Random rubber stamp. I heat embossed in black, then used pencils to create the color. I 
 Cut my snowman and paper square, and layered on a couple different papers.



https://craftingbydesigns.blogspot.com/2019/06/get-ready-for-christmas-june-edition.html

http://outlawzchallenges.ning.com/group/friday-color/forum/topics/festive-friday-s-challenge-june-28th-through-july-11th

http://alohafridaychallenges.blogspot.com/2019/06/challenge-146-christmas-in-july.html

https://cutencraftychallengeblog.blogspot.com/2019/07/challenge-29-christmas-in-july.html

https://doubletroublechallenge.blogspot.com/2019/07/challenge-32-christmas-in-july.html

https://www.retrorubberchallengeblog.com/my-blog/2019/07/challenge-114-christmas-in-july.html
RRCB114

https://cutencraftychallengeblog.blogspot.com/2019/07/challenge-29-christmas-in-july.html

6 comments:

  1. Lovely traditional Christmas card, that's a fabulous snowman stamp! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Catz this week.
    Chris
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  2. I remember this stamp - a real classic!! I can't even think of snowmen or Christmas right now....too busy enjoying summer!! :-) Nice coloring and a great looking card. Thanks very much for sharing it with us at PIP Challenges!

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  3. I love Snow People on Christmas cards, with their warm scarfs and top hats, yours is all cozy wearing mittens, how adorable is that!!!
    Thank you for playing with us at RETRO RUBBER AND DOUBLE TROUBLE, hope you play again soon.
    Hugs.

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  4. Hi Pam, what an adorable and fun Christmas card, love the coloring and layering...don't forget to share with us at Double Trouble as you have met our requirement "square card".

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  5. What a sweet image, I just love that country-style snowman! Great way to play along with Retro Rubber this week!

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  6. Sweet card, Pam! I especially like the nostalgic flavor of the card and your pencil coloring. Thank you for playing along at Double Trouble Challenge #32.

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