Add-on Sketch #13
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"Snow Angel" by Cherie Nymeyer
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned Paper: October Afternoon and Jillibean Soup; Snowflake: Unknown; Glitter Candy: Pebbles Inc.; Alphabet Stickers: American Crafts
Variation #1: I didn't put a mouth on my snowman (actually I did but it didn't work so I planned to do something else and then I forgot, oops!)
Variation #2: I used a piece of ribbon for the snowman's scarf.
Variation #3: I added glitter dots to the snowman's buttons.
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"Mark St., London" by Janette Kincaid
Supply List - Patterned Paper: Echo Park (Winter Park), We R Memory Keepers (White Out); Cardstock: Bazzill; Letter Stickers: Basic Grey, My Mind’s Eye; Rhinestone Bling: Kaiser Crafts; Chipboard Heart: Heidi Swapp; Brads, Ribbon: unknown
This little snowman makes me so happy, I can hardly stand it!! I knew I wanted him to look ‘real’ just like Frosty so I added as much depth and dimension as I could.
Variation #1 - I folded my length of ribbon in half (width ways) and tied it around the snowman’s neck just like you if he was made of snow.
Variation #2 – I made his hat round by bending and shaping the black cardstock and rolled the bottom edge to look like the brim.
Variation #3 – For arms I cut a piece of brown cardstock into a branch shape and then rolled and twisted the paper. If you dampen the paper before rolling, it will hold its shape and stay twisted once it’s dry.