Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Let it snow!

It's challenge time again at Tando Creative. There's an inspiration board to work from this month with blues and browns.

By this time last year I think we were already thoroughly sick of snow but as it's unseasonably mild at the moment, I thought I could risk a snow-themed project without causing the horrors!

I've inked the white board of the frame with Brilliance and stamped the snowflakes on the chocolate brown backing with the same ink. A stamped and inked wavy domino is attached with jump rings for the sentiment and a cheery snowman finishes it off.

Connecting smaller shapes together is a fun way to use chipboard and lots of the pieces in the Tando range share measurements in one direction or the other so it's easy to coordinate.

Supplies:
Karen's Frames - Gothic Arch and Wavy Domino (Tando Creative)
Compliments of the Season stamp set (Waltzingmouse Stamps)
Dancing Snowman stamp (CHF, retired)
Brilliance by Tsukineko (Sky Blue)
Versafine by Tsukineko (Vintage Sepia)
Coloured pencils
Jump rings
Crop a Dile


If blue and brown tickles your fancy, there's still a week left to enter the challenge and be in with a chance of winning a lovely Tando prize (you get to pick the goodies!) - details of the challenge are here.

Thanks for stopping by!

11 comments:

Suzie said...

Great piece Joanne! Love the snowman ... but don't bring on the snow!!! x

tracy said...

aww,he's adorable:)
i say bring on the snow :D

Lottie said...

Really cute - my grandson would love it! I'll have to make him one

Kath said...

Bright and cheerful piece, Joanne. I love the snowman and the wavy domino.

sam21ski said...

FABULOUS - great bright blue, fits perfectly with that brilliant white and of course the image is wonderful.

Sam xxx

JulieD said...

I love this fun and cheery piece! I don't do cute - except at Christmas when a snowman, elf or reindeer are perfectly acceptable!

Sid said...

Fab, what a happy chappy !!

Traceyr said...

Gorgeous colour combination and what a jolly snowman. That is great Joanne.

:)

Salamanda's Scrappy Adventures said...

Love the colour combinations and as there's no snow it's fine

Deborah said...

Your snowman is so sweet - love him. I'm not looking forward to seeing any real ones though :-)

Kaz said...

Gorgeous Joanne xx