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Snowman Fun

This past weekend I attended the Stampin' Up! OnStage local event.  It was a wonderful weekend full of inspiration, friends, sneak peeks, and of course stamping.  I learned a lot about the upcoming Occasions catalog ( it is fabulous) and I am looking forward to sharing lots of ideas with you in the coming weeks.  It was also a time for me to stop and take a look at my stamping business.  I will talk about that another time cause it really is a whole other conversation.  

Back to the OnStage event.  It is customary to bring your team members who attend  a card or gift. I failed to take pictures of what i gave my team.  I know(what a fail)  but I did not finish them until the morning of the event so I was just happy to get them completed.  I do have pictures of the little snowman treat I included in their package. I also made extras of these to give to friends. 

Snow Friends snowman

These are fun and quick to put together!  The Real Red "tray" measures 1-7/8" x 4-1/4", scored on both sides at 3/8".  The tray is not really necessary but it makes getting the snowman in the bag much easier.  The plastic bag is one that I purchased last time I was in Honolulu.   It measures 1.9" x 9.8".  I trimmed it down a bit to accommodate my project.  You can also use pretzel bags but they are a little bigger.  I wrapped the candies with copy paper and attached the Black Glimmer paper buttons with glue dots.  Using a Black marker I outlined just the face of the larger snowman from the Snow Place stamp set.  I stamped and die cut the scarf and the hat using the Snow Friends Framelits dies.  

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The Snow Friends Framelits dies are on the Weekly Deal!  I know it is almost like I planned it but it is just a happy coincidence.

Weekly deal

I will also be posting another little treat using the Snow Place set and Snow Friends on my Facebook page later on today, so be sure to check it out!  Have a great one and  thanks for stopping by!