There is something special and exciting about the first snow of the season. I live in Maine and tonight we are expecting the first "Nor Easter". Not your typical Maine Nor Easter because they are only calling for 1-3 inches of snow. A typical Nor Easter for Maine is 10-14 + inches of snow. But the first snow is coming so I made my first winter/Christmas card.
My image came from www.paperpiecingsbynikki.com it is her freebie snowman file. I didn't want to make a typical standing snowman so I made him looking up at the sky - as if he was watching the snowflakes falling to the ground.
Red cardstock - Pebbles "Welcome Christmas" paper stack (really nice weight paper)
White cardstock - from my stash, embossed with the cuttlebug embossing folder
glitter - Crystal snow, from Stampendous!
Crystal stickles were used on the hats rim
Liquid Glass, from CTMH were used on the eyes
I am entering this card in 10 challenges!!!
www.onestitchatatimechallenge.blogspot.com - anything goes
www.raisethebarchallenge.blogspot.com - anything goes
www.anythingchallenge.blogspot.com - anything goes
www.cardmakinmamas.blogspot.com - card - anything goes
www.craftsandmechallenges.blogspot.com - use the color red
www.craftycreationschallenges.blogspot.com - no flowers
www.divasbydesignchallenge.blogspot.com - Lets get Cute
www.clearitoutchallenge.blogspot.com - use the color red - anything goes
www.kaboodledoodles.blogspot.com - anything goes
www.foreverfriendschallengeblog.blogspot.com - anything goes
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