Frosty The Snowman...

Was a jolly happy soul,
With a corncob pipe and a button nose
And two eyes made out of coal.


Today there is a new challenge over on the Sugar Bowl with a perfect theme of "Ice and Snow"...though I am secretly hoping that we stay snow free for a good while yet! Our lovely Sugar Mama Gayle provided the sketch and this is her beautiful card using an older Sugar Nellie image. Older but still as perfect for the occasion as when it was first released...this cute snowman is called Snow Cozy.

And now a card using a very recently released image...


Cathy's  gorgeous card uses the image Hello Little Robin. I love this card Cathy..you've nailed the sketch and the option perfectly.

Maria's fabulous and frosty festive card uses the Sassy image All Spruced Up....I do SO love all the Sassy rubber stamps, and if you love them too then you really don't want to miss this...


Maria and her talented team of ladies - plus a guest *cough* will be hosting a blog hop to showcase set 11 of the Sassy stamps..and these are the Sassiest and most gorgeous stamps ever! You can see sneak peaks of some of these beauties over on the Sassy blog, and this is where the hop will start on Saturday.
I hope you will come along and join in with the fun....and there will be some candy along the hop too!

Thanks for looking
Love Elaine xx

4 comments:

weewiccababe said...

I have no idea where the time goes, haven't had time to enter the sugar bowl in ages - need to sort that out!
looking forward to the hop this weekend
Debbi
x

Christine L said...

Ooooh all fabbie cards.... particularly love the little robin one!
Hugs
Christine xx

Paula (PEP) said...

Now I wonder who the guest is....... was led to believe her name began & ended with an "E" but there are always riddles to be solved over here. I must admit the older snowmen rather take my fancy & like you I hope the snow stays away a while.
Paula (PEP)

Pat said...

Gorgeous cards, ladies! And such delightful singing, Elaine!! Counting the days 'til Saturday!! Whoooohooo! Hugs. Pat Frank