Friday, September 16, 2011

Stacked Snowman

What do you think of this stacked snowman?  Isn't he just a fun idea!  Copied him from Connie Babbert's card HERE.  You'll notice his arms are missing... but do you think it matters?  I don't have that large snowflake punch and was trying to decide if I need to order it or leave him like this.  If it seems early to you to be making Christmas cards, well think again... because the ladies and I are working out the details for our annual Christmas card Stamp-a-Stack in October!!  I can't wait and you just might see this card design again.  If you have never been to a Stamp-a-Stack or have never even stamped before THAT'S OK!!  Scroll to the bottom of this post and I'll give you the details. 

This is the sketch I used for my snowman card.  Can't you see all kinds of possibilities with this?  Well, even if you can't the Clean & Simple blog has another sketch up already!  I'm just behind. 

That's all I'm going to say about that... supplies will be listed at the end of this post. 

 That was the view from my front porch this morning.  Isn't that amazing?!  I just want to stare at it- causes one to reflect on life a little bit doesn't it?! I'll take the 39 degree morning if it means having a gorgeous sunrise like this. 

So, you've read this far and you just might be interested in the Christmas Stamp-a-Stack details.  Look no further: 

When:  Saturday October 29th, 9:30am- 4pm
Where:  at the Mary Lou Johnson Library in Kenton, Ohio
What:  $35 to make 12 cards, includes $5 coupon, lunch and snacks
Let me know if you are interested!  We have plenty of room and would LOVE to share our love of stamping with you!  You are welcome to message me on my Facebook page HERE if you want, or just leave a comment on this post.  If you leave me your email address I can forward you the Registration form or find it on my sidebar here on my blog and you can print it out and mail in. 

Thanks for stopping by,

SUO Supplies
Stamps:  Teeny Tiny Wishes, Serene Snowflakes
Colors:  Pool Party, Island Indigo, Whipser White, Rose Red, Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black
Accessories:  circle punches, Big Shot, dotted embossing folder, dotted scallop ribbon punch, scallop trim border punch


  1. love the new look of your blog....a nice surprise.....and your card-snoooooow cute! so happy to hear you are doing a class, hope it goes GREAT!

  2. Very cute! Love how you made the scarf from the Dotted Ribbon punch...very clever! I don't think he needs arms... Thanks for the shout out to my card!


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