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The Sparkly Snowman and the Old Vintage Santa

Christmas projects up in the workshop again tonight…. 🙂 i’m feeling festive…

fa la la lala lalala laaaaaa… lol

First up is the sparkly snowman postcard..

Supplies List :-

  • Blue and White Acrylic Paint
  • Matboard postcard shape diecut from Accucut (my friend deb sells these 😉  )
  • Digital collage image from Etsy seller “Photocube”
  • Stardust stickles
  • Martha Stewart Ice Cube Glitter
  • Burlap
  • Snowflake diecut from Lifestyle Crafts
  • Vintage Photo Distress Ink
  • Small Diecut Primitive Stars
  • Stampin Up Pool Party Ink
  • Holographic Embossing Powder
  • Papermania Urban Stamps

next up I made an old vintage Santa Christmas Tag

Supplies List :-

  • Scalloped Tag Die from Sizzix
  • Matboard
  • Mulberry Flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts
  • Holly & Berries flowery pick thingy from Micheals
  • Frayed Burlap Distress Stickles
  • Vintage Santa Digital Collage Image from Etsy Seller “Photocube”
  • Fibres
  • Vintage Photo Distress Ink
  • Studio G Alphabet Stamp Set

7 thoughts on “The Sparkly Snowman and the Old Vintage Santa”

  1. Found your blog through Google when doing a search for ideas with the Tim Holtz Vintage Lace die. I love the style of crafting that you do—it is so beautiful!! Also, thanks so much for the detailed listing of supplies that you use, right down to the name of the shop on ETSY where you got the images. It really helps out people like me who are fairly new to all of this.

    1. Hi Janine…

      Thanks so much for your lovely comments and for popping in and saying Hi 🙂

      So glad you like my blog, I do try and give a detailed list of all products that I use, so glad you found it useful

      Take care and hope you had a lovely christmas, and wishing you a happy new year when it arrives!


  2. Love them both. Always like to see you use a postcard and turn it into a work of art. The vintage tag is so yesteryear and captures the season.

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