Thursday, November 10, 2011

Sweety Snowman Congrats

Congratulations to Linsey R., whose name was randomly drawn as the winning entry. She correctly identified the other set from this collection as 10913LC Sweety Snowman #1 Clear Set:


Although it wasn't required to play, Linsey happened to leave these kind comments:

I love my Inky Antics stamps :) I just pulled out some wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas stamps I've had for a while and I think they are timeless. Always adorable and so much fun to play with! Thanks for sharing all the super cute cards with Sweety Snowman, very inspiring! Hugs and smiles

If you were also inspired by the projects in Tuesday's post, then I've got several more to share with you today! Let's start with one of my favorite characters in this series (which is the same as wood mounted 10660K Sweety's Candy Cane):


His gigantic candy cane is so much fun to embellish, such as with ultrafine glitter as shown above or a combination of glitter and Glossy Accents used here:


You can see it better in this closeup photo:


This clear set also contains a cookie-loving character (same as wood mounted 10646J Sweety's Sprinkles):


He looks different but just as cute "dressed up" in alternative colors:


And what goes best with cookies? Milk...or, even better, hot cocoa! A mini paper sack decorated with Sweety's Cocoa (10628H as wood mounted) could hold a packet or two as a gift:


You can see how it was assembled by looking at the side view:


Or check out this unique wrapping for a cocoa packet:


It's basically a pocket card with a pull-up treat:


Ingenious! If you'd like to make one yourself, you can find the directions on Splitcoaststampers here.

Of course, this stamp image works just as well on a card, simply by changing the background pieces:


Or you can switch the orientation, colors, and embellishments to create a different version:


Thanks so much to Lana Lepinski (who created projects 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7) and Debbie Fisher (who made cards 2, 4, and 8)...and to YOU, for stopping to visit with us and Sweety Snowman. Hope you have a very "sweet" day!

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