Thursday, November 8, 2012

My Craft Sport Stamp Release Party Day 4 - Think Snow

Hello and welcome to Day 4 of the My Craft Spot Stamp Release Party week! I'm happy you stopped by today to get a closer look at my sneak peek of the the new Think Snow stamp set! This set is another fun Winter set and to be honest, I can't decide which is my favorite!!  Here is my sneak peek for today!
Isn't this little snowman the cutest???  He is from Winter Frolic Cricut Cartridge (which goes very nicely with this new stamp set).  I paired him up with some colorful pattern paper from the MME 12 Days of Christmas 6x6 paper pad and popped the layers with dimensionals.

Stop by My Craft Spot for your chance to win another great prize today (New Arrival Stamp set) and for some more amazing Winter inspiration from the talented Kimberly as well as the My Craft Spot Design Team!! We can not wait for you to see the big reveal on Saturday! Thanks for stopping by today and please stop back again tomorrow for our last day of sneek peaks! 



Very nice card, love the mix of patterned paper.

Debbie said...

nice matching sentiment to the cut nice look thanks
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Sherrie K. said...

Aaaw, cute card! Love the papers and your snowman is ADORABLE! May have to get the Winter Frolic cart out:)
Sherrie K

Pam said...

Very cute card! Nice papers!

GiGi said...

This is such a fun card Amber! I love the fun papers and the cute snowman!

jessica said...

This is so adorable!!
Great papers and cute stamp!!
TFS :)

Karen said...

(Leaving a comment here so I don't mess up the prize draw for the blog hop! Your work is always so beautiful.) My dear Amber, inexplicably I cannot find your email addy.. which is ridiculous because I had it saved from Whimsical Wednesday days! Your contact thingy didn't work, either.. can you shoot me an email when you have a moment? There's something I need to tell your beautiful heart. HeavenlySparkles at yahoo dot com

Hugs and blessings!

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