Monday, October 7, 2019

BSS -IDEA - In the Medow...........

Welcome to the Buffalo Stamps and Stuff Idea.

Well, autumn is in the air.  I love the Fall, the colors
the smells, not so much the pumpkin spice everything!

Have you thought about your Christmas cards that
you will make?  Or are you one of those folks that
make them year round so you have them all ready
and set to go when needed?

This week's card is from a new company, Colorado
Craft Company, their Lovely Legs Collection. These
stamps feature situations and holidays, but the people
in the scene are shown from the waist up.  And, each
stamp set comes with loads of wonderful sentiment
stamps also.  Check them out when you visit the store.

Here is the card I made for this week.

Stamp Set - Build A Snowman-(LL216) Colorado Craft Company
Paper - White and Royal Blue Card Stock
White glitter paper (Snowflakes)
Snowflake Embossing Folder - Cuttlebug
Rectangular Frame - Gina Marie Designs
Chunky White Embossing Powder - Stampendous
WOW clear glitter embossing powder
 over snowflake embossed background
Blue ink - Versa Fine Clair-Paradise
Finished card is 5x7 inches
Colored with Copics

Thanks so much for stopping in today for a peek.
Have a great day.
Until later.........


Sue said...

Hi Sue, Loving the card.

I buy charity Christmas cards. Don't know why, but I have never liked making Christmas cards.

Hope you have a good start to the week. Sue

cuilliesocks said...

They've got no heads, how fun is that, super card Sue, love it. Brilliant scene and colours. We are well into Autumn now, my favourite season, Kate x x

cotnob said...

A fun card Sue, a super stamp and great design.
I am most certainly one of those people who leave their Christmas cards to the last minute and then end up in one mad rush to get them all completed - every year I vow that I will make them throughout the year, and every year I fail miserably!
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Bunny said...

I have loads of Christmas cards. Right now I'm finishing off 50 for a charity for children. I will say my husband had to help a wee bit with the die cutting.

I love this scene of building a snowman. I do wish I could build one at least once. Well, actually I did one time but if was only inches tall. We were fortunate enough in North Florida in 1987 to get a wee bit of snow. So rare. [Bunny]`

Sandra H said...

So beautiful and gorgeous scene x