Or are they snow women? Due to the pigtails, I'll say girls. If you are regular to my blog you know that I not only wanted to get started on my Christmas cards in July but I also wanted to work on the box of Christmas products I've been hoarding. This time I went w-a-y back as the copyright on the two Provo Craft shaker pieces read 2003! I have apparently been saving these for the perfect project that never actually materialized. Please tell me that I am not the only one who has stuff this old in their craft rooms?!
I created Snow Girl 1 following the sketch provided for this week's Christmas Card Challenge blog. This is my first time to participate. I also used some oldie but goodie paper, Scenic Route's Brighton which was released in 2005. I have always loved this paper and am happy to have liberated it from its paper prison.
Products: Provo Craft Shaker, Scenic Route pp, PTI cs and twill, May Arts ribbon, Kaisercraft pearls
Snow Girl 2 was created with some Heidi Grace paper from 2008 which works for both Christmas and winter. I loved this collection and actually bought a lot of it when it first came out and again when Jackie clearanced it out when she shut down Lifetime Moments. I had really considered using it for all my cards this year until I decided that I really wanted to pare down the whole stash instead.
Products: Provo Craft Shaker, Heidi Grace paper, PTI cs and buttons, May Arts ribbon, Kaisercraft pearl, Martha Stewart and Stampin' Up punches
I hope you are staying cool during this awful heat wave. Maybe the sight of my snow girls will make you feel cooler! As always, thanks for stopping by.