Add-on Sketch #13
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“Enjoy and Destroy” by Andrea Friebus
Supply list - Cardstock: American Crafts, Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Basic Grey, Bo Bunny; Gems: KI Memories; die cut machine: Making Memories Slice; number stickers: Jenni Bowlin Studios; Ink: Clearsnap; brads, metal rim tag: Making Memories; other: button, felt, chipboard, photo turn
Variation #1 - I made my snowman larger than the sketch but kept the proportions the same.
Variation #2 - For texture, I made the snowman out of felt and used a glittery chipboard flourish for the scarf.
Variation #3 - I removed the paper from a metal rimmed tag and cut the metal in half to create the smile. I also left off the nose because he looked way cuter without one!
Variation #4 - I only used one button rather than the three in the sketch because I was trying to make it look like the snowman’s bellybutton in the photos.
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"Drew's All By Myself Snowman" by Allison Davis
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper: Fancy Pants; Felt snowman border: Queen & Co.; Foam alphabet: American Crafts; Corrugated alphabet: Jillibean Soup; Word stickers: Making Memories; Snowflake punch: Martha Stewart; Sequin snowflakes: Doodlebug; Baker's twine: The Twinery; Memory Thread: DMC; Brads: Doodlebug; Glitter accent: Stickles
Variation #1 - I made my snowman slightly smaller to fit how I wanted to use on my page.
Variation #2 - I decided to use felt instead of cardstock for the body.
I also added some hand stitching around the circles of felt.
Variation #3 - I used three pieces of baker's twine tied together for the scarf.
Variation #4 - I added some snowflake sequins to the hat.