Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!


That means it is officially the Christmas season, right! ?

Since I cooked my turkey yesterday; the creamed mushrooms and cole slaw are in the fridge, and I am getting ready to make my salad to take to my sister's, I had a little time to finish this card I started yesterday. It is much more involved than I usually do, but these Whippersnapper stamps have so many fun images, PLUS I kept making bloopers and needed to cover things up!!! Very frustrating!
Snowman Whippersnapper

Pretty self-explanatory; the images are from Whippersnapper's Snowman for Peace set; everything is stamped on Shimmery White, layered, watercolored; there is some paper piecing, some glitter, some punching from MS, and some glitter! Background paper is from last year's Hostess Prints Pack. Hat & scarf are Patterns DP in Riding Hood Red. The yummy satin ribbon (which is covering up one of said bloopers) is a gift from Ellen Hutson---perfect! It's all on a base of Kraft.

Blessings to all of you this Thanksgiving---I will have some exciting (for me, anyway) news tomorrow---stay tuned!


Georgette said...

I love this card. You never cease to amaze me. Today is the day to be thankful. Enjoy the precious time spent with family and friends. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

I LOVE what you did with Anna's snowman. Gorgeous card!!

Happy Turkey Day!

Anonymous said...

THAT is the kind of stamping that makes me admire you SO much. The work. The effort. It's also the kind of stamping that makes Joe and Lucky run for the hills cuz mom's on a rampage.

I assume you have an area that is always set up and ready to go? My area has to be set up and disassembled every time. SUCH carnage!

LaurieF said...

Super sweet snowman card LeAnne! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Barbara said...

LeAnne, this is just too cute!! Your coloring is fantastic--you've made this snowman come to life!!!

Tina said...

Hi LeAnne,

Behind in my crafting, even more in my reading. Yhis is GREAT!


Kim said...


Anonymous said...

This is so cute!! I love the little pine needles and the glitter- love everything about it!!