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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!



Kim Hadad

These little guys are so stinking cute! TFS!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Kim! They are fun and easy to make too. Thanks for stopping by.

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