I am back today with a cute little card I made this evening. This adorable snowman, I mean snow girl, is one of the Sherri Baldy Ragamuffin line of digis. I would like to say the cute colored image makes me miss the home I just left a few weeks ago, but I would be telling stories as deep as the snow fall they recently just received. Really, I do love snow, but I don't like the cold weather that comes with it.
I recently moved from the cold climate where they get snow, to a warmer climate (in the desert) where I hope to see little to no snow, unless it is on top of the mountain.
This cute digi is called Snowgirl Ragamuffin and can be found here. While snuggled warmly in my home, I had a blast coloring this cute little snow girl with my Crayola Colored Pencils. I imagine, there are many snow people creeping up all over the northeast with the most recent snow fall.
When I color my digi's with my crayola, I seldom ever write down what colors I use. I just pick a color I think would be fun and go from there.
The pink and blue paper are both from the DCWV "the Cardstock Stack" ~ Brights with a white core. Normally, I have a strong dislike for white core card stock, but tonight, I needed it. I used a Stamping Up embossing folder, I then took a very fine sanding block and sanded down the very top layer to turn the flowers (aka snowflakes) white. I polished off the card with a blue transparent bow and used pop-dots to bring the image up off the blue paper. I added some diamond bling at the top of the card, but I decided I am not really pleased with the look.
Thanks for stopping by today, and make sure you check out the Scrapbook Stamp Society Facebook page for other great digis and creations from our design team.
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
- My Craft Spot Monday Challenge Frosty Days, which can be found here.
- Perfect Sentiments Challenge Winter Wonderland (PSC61) which can be found here.