This is such a fun set!

And with a $500 workshop, it can be yours!  It's so versatile and easy to work with.  I got the idea for the house behind the window from our Stampin' Up! demonstrator web site.  Every day, there are several creative projects designed by talented Stampin' Up! demonstrators for us to look at and get ideas from.

The house is Going Gray card stock.  I cut 1/2" strips and used "direct to paper" with Basic Gray classic ink to give them a shadow.  The window is stamped on So Saffron and colored with Watercolor Pencils.  I stamped the little girl and snowmen on Whisper White and colored them with markers and pencils.  The snow is just torn Whisper White edged with a little Bashful Blue.  I need to add some shadows under the snowmen; I just remembered that!

Don't you just love the little clip?  It's from the new Clips Assortment.  I just added a little piece of Real Red grosgrain to it and clipped it to the sentiment.

The snowflakes are Crystal Effects with a little Dazzling Diamonds glitter.  Isn't that fun?  I'm not going to rush the season; it's not even Labor Day yet!  But I am ready for cooler weather.  Yeah, I know….I was just whining in the last post about it being cold in the house.  But it's supposed to be cold in winter.  I'm ready for sweatshirts and boots.  Mike thinks we'll have a real winter this year; the last several years have been very "southern."  Ummmm….snowbound with hot chocolate and stamps.  Nice!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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2 Responses to This is such a fun set!

  1. jackie says:

    I LOVE IT!! makes me wanna be house bound with hot chocolate and stamps!!


  2. Sandy Moriarty says:

    Wow! Fantastic! I R-E-A-L-L-Y love this one! I think you did a great job making the side of the house. This scene definitely makes me feel like being young again, looking out at a cold winter day, and wanting to go out and play in the snow. How much fun is that!


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