Saturday, 20 April 2019

Framed snowman

This little snow-fellow is cheerily waving from the comfort of his frame! The frame is a cardboard slide mount - I think it's the very last one I have left from the first QVC kit I ever bought, so it must be about 22 years old. I covered it in dark blue trellis pattern paper which, like the fir tree backing paper, came from a Poundland pad. I used a stitched square die for the background, going over the lines with a fineliner to produce faux stitching and added a stamped sentiment. Before assembling the card, I used fine silver thread to attach a snowflake charm to the frame.

I am sharing this with
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge - Anything goes 
Christmas Kickstart - Frosty and Friends

7 comments:

  1. This is lovely, Jane. I really like the double frame effect of the frame and your 'stitching'. Thanks for playing at The Christmas Kickstart again, Jo x

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  2. Well they do say if you keep,something for long enough you will find a use for it! I like your sweet snowman card. Hugs Mrs Mrs A.

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  3. I'm loving the little added snowflake charm with this Snowman.So cute!!

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  4. Brilliant. I like how you mounted the circle in the frame. Love Dawn x

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  5. Brilliant card, I love the checky snowman

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  6. Fabulous card love the papers and cute snowman-definitely time the frame was used lol-I still have papers from K&C which I bought from QVC-sure they are breeding in the drawer!
    Carol x

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  7. Great card, Jane - love that double stitched frame.

    Thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge.

    Helen x

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