Friday, November 12, 2010

Gosh, what a fun week we've had showing off the new stamp sets Flourishes is releasing this month! All have a wintery feel and all could be used for either winter creations or even Christmas cards. Today's set offers up heartwarming images that is sure to give whoever receives a card made with this set a warm glow!

Introducing...
This whimsical set, drawn by the ever-so-talented Marcella Hawley delivers not only the cutest snowman you've ever seen but some darling mittens and snowflakes to match! This set also has a handful of sentiments that will surely warm the heart!

On to my creation!

When I first laid eyes on this set, I swooned. You have no idea how much I LOVE snowmen! And, cute snowmen like this one just make my heart swell! So, I knew I wanted to make this guy the center of my creation. After stamping in black ink on my Flourishes Classic White card stock, I picked up my Copic markers and just lightly colored his hat, scarf, and the little birdie and then accented the snow with a soft blue marker. (I used B24, B26, B000, R29, E25, YR07, C03, C07 and a colorless blender pen). Then, after I was done coloring, I did add some glitter glue to give my snow guy some razzle dazzle!

I also added some silver stitching around my mat for my snow guy and then some fun 1/2" red ribbon. Add a few buttons and some fun baker's twine and... voila.. done!

Would you like to win this set? Please leave a comment on this post and we'll draw a winner and announce it on Saturday when we post our Winner's Circle for the week!
Want to see how our design team "played in the snow" with this set? You have to hop on over and see....


Thanks for joining us this week. We hope you had a blast! Remember, if you'd like to try your hand at winning Flourishes' ENTIRE RELEASE you still have time! The Warm Winter Wishes Challenge runs through tonight at 5 PM Eastern! So, let's get crafty and get those entries in! You can read all about the challenge HERE.

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