Sunday, January 31, 2010

Stamptacular Sunday Challenge #43 Winter Blues

This week we are challenging everyone to make a Winter card or project in just shades of blue and white. For my project I made a gift box with a template I purchased from Papertrey called It's On The House. Very resonably priced and easy to make. I stamped the tag with my Plum Purdy snowman stamp called "Too Much Snow". I colored with my copics. I added some liquid glass with some glitter on it, 3 mini buttons, and 6 Bella Dots in the color Glitter Sky, on the points of the star. I cut the star our with my cricut. I used my Martha Stewart pine boarder punch. (I still think it looks like snowflakes.) I tied the tag on with a couple different colored ribbons. Let's see what's up your sleeve. Should be a fun card. Everyone likes blue winter cards.
Our prize this week is

4 Digital Images from

In Style Stamps

So get going on those cards and get them entered for a chance to win. Thanks In Style Stamps.
Hugs xx


Kim Piggott said...

Oh wow what a superb creation!
Amazing colouring and loving those blues soooo gorgeous!
kim x

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Carolyn,
This gift box is beautiful. What a wonderful shade of blue. The snowman is just perfect for this tag. Gorgeous.
Fiona x

Crafty Chris said...

Hi Carolyn
thanks for stopping by love your cards and your blog design, have become a follower so I can come back later , Christine x

Cheryl said...

Very cute! This poor little guy looks cold!

Liza said...

A gorgeous box Carolyn, and I love the snowman.

Liza x

dolcreations said...

What an adorable box with the snowman! It looks like you have mastered the copics! Well done that is for sure!

Deb Neerman said...

This is gorgeous! Love it!!

Riet said...

Ohhh Carolyn,what beautiful.

Hugs Riet.xx

Steph said...

Cute lil box Carolyn - love how you've coloured the snowman! x

Claude said...

Seriously, when I look at what you make with stamps, I think I should start doing it too!

Karen Wilson said...

Hi Carolyn! Your snowman is SO cute! Love your project!