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Monday, November 5, 2018

Snow People Envelopes

This month at The Outlawz Monthly Progressive challenge there are 2 images, Drawn by Krista and called Snowman and Snowman- Woman.  I decided to use both on gift envelopes.

Firstly I used lots of pieces of scrap paper to cover the envelopes, then the images were colured with copic pens, fussy cut and layered onto the envelopes.

Ladies first, to the front of the envelope I have also added, tags, 
snowflakes, dove, flowers, wooden tree and snowflake.


 Next comes the gentleman, to the front I have added snowmen, 
paper and wooden.  Also a wooden bauble.


Entered into:
The Outlawz Monthly Progressive Challenge
CHNC Patterned Paper
Crafts Galore Encore - AG
Dragon Fly Dreams - AG
Lil Patch of Crafty Friends - AG
Double Trouble - Christmas
Incy Wincy - Christmas
Simon Says on Mondays - Make your own background (Franken paper technique )


creationsnz said...

Woohoo Cass, looks like you've been having some fun here. Great scrappy combinations for our Christmas theme at Incy Wincy. Thanks for joining us, CarolG

Melanie R said...

Such a sweet and cheerful card! So pleased to see you joining our gallery although I am unsure which tic-tac-toe direction you selected from the grid. Thank you for participating at Double Trouble! (Be sure to add your card to Try Stampin' on Tuesday's challenge.)

papercraftingprincess said...

What fun envelopes! Do you use them as money holders or as cards? Thanks for joining us at Double Trouble.

Suzanne Reynolds said...

Cass. WOW! Fantastic Gift envelopes...creative and beautifully done. I keep going back and seeing what I might have missed in all the design of your envelopes. You could almost use these as a Christmas card mailing envelope and have everyone enjoy the Christmas inspiration throughout the post services, but may have to use all stamps instead of patterned paper pieces. And you might not know this but you have also earned an additional chance in our random draw with your many ornaments, bells and tree with star for Twisted Sister's optional twist "include something that hangs" Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Double Trouble. Looked hard to see if I could get you into the TicTacToe Double Dare Challenge too for additional chance, but row/column or diagonal popped out at me. Hope you come back and visit us again with this challenge and future fun challenges.

Sandra said...

Love these Cass, such a great idea and love you made them for ladies and gentleman!!

Wendy L said...

Great idea, they look wonderful, thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnuts PP Challenge. Xxxx

Let's Art Journal said...

What amazing envelopes! The layers of papers you used to create these look so beautiful with your fabulous happy snowman 😀. Thanks so much for joining in the fun at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! J 😊 x

pinky said...

Wow Cass these are just gorgeous!

Carole J said...

Fabulous little gift envelopes, Cass. Love the bright and cheery snow people and your lovely embellies. Perfect for Christmas!
Thank you for sharing your project with us at the Crafts Galore Encore “Anything Goes” November Challenge. Good Luck and hope to see you again next month!
Carole x DT Craftilicious Creations

Sue Crease said...

What a great idea to make personalised gift envelopes. Thanks for sharing with us at LPCF this week

Elizabeth Hart said...

Love this idea - so fun and creative for gift envelopes. Thanks so much for joining us this time at the Dragonfly dreams challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

cheiron said...

Such fun and happy creations! Thank you so much for playing along in the Create Your Own Background over at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog this week :)

Suze said...

What a wonderful idea and such pretty envelopes. Thank you for joining in the Christmas challenge at Incy Wincy Designs.