Welcome to this month's Blog Hop featuring projects about Christmas Joy. Christmas in Minnesota means S-N-O-W. And, lots of it. Building a snowman in the front yard is a tradition that we started with our children and continue with our grandgirls. The joy on their faces, when they are done, makes the pain of frozen fingers and toes worth it!
My project today is perfect for anyone to make. All you need is a white plate from the dollar store, a thrift store or your cupboard. Plus, a few pieces of cardstock, some punches and some glue dots. Do you wanna build a snowman? [Cue the "Frozen" theme song.]
Voila! A finished snowman face. Isn't he cute? Put this plate in a plate holder and you have the perfect Christmas and winter decoration. If a child makes this plate, be sure to have them sign their name and the date on the back. NOTE: I wish the sparkle of the stars showed up showed up better in the photograph.
In September, some of the demonstrators, who are in this Blog Hop with me, were together in Newport Beach, California, for the Stampin' Up! Weekend Getaway incentive trip. Fun times with special friends!
(L to R): Me, Patsy (she set up all of our blogs), Dena, Lynn and Diane.
Click the image below and you'll be at Diane Evans' blog.
Click the image below and you'll be at Dena Rekow's blog.
Thank you for stopping by.