Sunday, 22 September 2013


Morning crafty pals

Now are we going to have this late sunshine bonus today? I've put the packing away of summer clothes on hold just in case! Yesterday the forecast was 20 degrees so shorts and flipflops on standby THEN same old, same old, chilly DRIZZLE is what we got!

Onto my card and if we do get a bit of a heatwave there'll be nothing left of my little frosty guy! I'm rolling him down to the playground today and hopefully my chums will play nicely and not knock the little fella over.

I did intend to post this on Nessa's Frugal Christmas Challenge in the week minus the tree but it was lacking something until today! I think the tree sort of eliminates it from the challenge as it's a Christmas specific die I bought last year. Mrs A also pipped me to the post with her fabulous Christmas Snowman for Nessa so I decided to hang onto him until today.


Card Recipe

Handmade Snowman using Sizzix Framelit Circles
Christmas Tree using Marianne Creatables
Papers: Pink Petticoat
Sentiment: Uniko Studio Freebie
Twine, Ribbon, Button, Gems and Top hat from my stash
Plus a sprinkling of glamour dust for added chill!


  1. Looks great Sarah. What a marvelous job you did and cutting that Snowman. I agree that this card needed that is really eyecatching too!

  2. Lovely Christmas card. Hope it doesn't get too warm and melt him!

  3. this is adorable, I luv the snowman....hope your day is great!

    enjoy *~*

  4. Fab card Sarah love the snowman huggles Sue xx

  5. This is brilliant Sarah - I'm with Mo, the tree is a perfect finishing touch. And I love how you made your snowman!

    Hugs, Di xx

  6. Great Frugal Chrimbo card Sarah.

    Sarn xxx

  7. Gorgeous little scene you've made!

  8. Gorgeous little snowman Sarah-very cute!
    I think the addition of the tree finishes your card off perfectly-and its a perfect snippety card entry :)
    Nessa xx

  9. This is darling! I love all the sparkle!

  10. Super card - your snowman is adorable :) Elizabeth xx


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