There's nothing like having your snowman melting while you're coloring him, right? We are heating up, up, up the thermometer here on the East Coast. I have nothing to complain about though, because this is much better than 3 feet of snow. However, it does make working on Christmas cards a touch interesting. I created this little guy from a new challenge website I found called Christmas Stampin' All Year Long. I love it! What better way to get half of your Chritmas cards made then to do one a week and have someone else provide you with the inspiration. This week's challenge is a sketch challenge.
I'm plowing through all my older papers and using my stash of "must haves" from years gone by. It's hard but you can do it too! I will be sending this card off to Operation Write Home. Will I get any of my own Christmas cards done? Probably not many, but this gives me happies in my heart to send this off for a soldier to use.
The sketch challenge ends today, so if you hurry, you can still get one in.
Copic Sketch Markers
Background: W1, W3, W5, W7, colorless blender
Stars: E11, E21, E33, colorless blender
Snowmen: C1, B02, B14, BG05, R22, E09, E21, E33, colorless blender, Inkssentials White Pen
Digital Stamp: Sassy Cheryl's
Paper: KI Memories (Alpine Collection)
Ranger: Inkssential's White Opaque Marker
Sentiment: Studio G
Brads: Queen & Co, Creative Impressions (Stars)