Friday, March 20, 2015

Build a Snowman?

Spring is officially here, yet there are many challenges out there getting us prepared ahead of time for next Christmas.  Right now the Disney movie Frozen still has a strong hold on my granddaughter so I thought I'd "build a snowman".  I'm sure for her vacation get-away she'd love to go to Arendelle.

Rather than risk license infringement downloading from the internet, I purchased the Disney stickers so I could use Anna and Olaf.  I used a glue pen to add snow glitter to the tree branches and along the bottom of the scene.

Black textured card
DCWV self-adhesive mat
Gingerloft Winter Trees digital image from Stitchy Bears Stamps
SanyLion Disney Frozen stickers
computer generated sentiment
Stampin' Up label frame stamp and punch
Liquid glue pen and Crystal Snow glitter
ribbon from stash

Entering these challenges:
ABC Christmas Challenge:  F is for Frosty  end of March x
12 Months of Christmas:  March --Optional Theme Let It Snow (put FT by name for following theme)--x
Open Minded Crafting:  Winter Vacation Get-Away winner posted April 4-I'm DT Susan's Pick
Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Challenge #220:  Use Black  closes today--winner of random draw for digital images from Eureka Stamps!!!!
Time Out Challenge 27:  Clean and Simple with optional Twist Black and White with one color end of  March x
CASE-ing Christmas Challenge #12 Odd Team Inspiration -- I was inspired by the snowflake, turning it into a snowy scene and by the little critter which became Olaf. x


Mynn xx said...

What a fun card! LOVE the scene you created--it's brilliant! Thanks for joining us at CASE-ing Christmas! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Shirley-Anne said...

Lovely creation and a beautiful scene .Very responsible of you to use stickers rather than download images ..well done
Thanks for sharing on Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges

sandie said...

Gorgoeus bg and makes the image just pop off the page. Thanks for joinig us at Time Out x

nancy carroll said...

OH, this is so wonderful!

StephC said...

What a lovely card! Great interpretation of Pat's card. So glad you joined us for this weeks CASE-ing Christmas challenge!

Unknown said...

Great card, love the scene you've created. Fabulous stickers and gorgeous bow. Thanks for joining us at 12MOC for our Let It Snow Challenge.

Zw@@n said...

Pretty card! I love the background. Thank you for sharing this card with us at ABC Christmas Challenge. Luv, Wilma

Robin Parker said...

Love the beautiful background scene. Thanks for sharing on the Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenge #32 - Winter Vacation Getaway.

Elizabeta Kushner said...

Cute work! Thank you for joining us over at TO Challenge.

Margaret said...

Gorgeous card. I love the black and white background. Your images really pop off the page. Thanks for joining us at The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up for this challenge.
Margaret, DT

Donna Nuce said...

Gorgeous background for Anna and Olaf! So cute! Thanks for joining us at CASE-ing Christmas!

JMC Creates said...

Loving the scene in monotone with the bright colours on top

Megan J said...

Gorgeous Card Helene, I'm sure that your Grand Daughter will love it. Megan in Australia

Unknown said...

What a beautiful scene you created! I love how the characters pop against the monotone background. Thank you so much for sharing with us at the CASE-ing Christmas Challenge! Hope to see you again!

Granmargaret said...

This is really lovely.

Peanut said...

What magical wintery scene! Thank you for sharing your project with CASE-ing Christmas.
hugs, Asha

Pat said...

Aww frozen themed!! Thank yuo for joining in with Caseing for Christmas! I love your card! Pat DT x

kel Acopan said...

What a super cute scene! Love that snowy background and that pop of color!! Thanks for playing along at Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges!!

lovies, =o) kel

Pat said...

She is going to love it! My granddaughter feels the same way. Thank you for sharing your delightful card at the 12 Months of Christmas Card Link-up challenge blog.

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