Fancy Sunbonnet Winter Snowball

Bugaboo is having a week long Christmas in July event and Little Miss Muffet Stamps is supporting them today!  When they invited us for the third Annual Bugaboo Christmas in July Celebration and Blog Hop, we just had to throw some samples into the pot to show our support.  😀

Every day this week, there will be something fabulous going on at Bugaboo with brilliant prizes along the way. Be sure to pick up all the details at Catch the Bug, you wouldn’t want to miss a thing!  You can click there for the start of the hop which will also take you to the Little Miss Muffet Stamps blog as one of the stops.

For my project I wanted to show off one of the Bugaboo rubber stamps that is available at Little Miss Muffet Stamps… this one is Fancy Sunbonnet Winter Snowball.  She even versatile enough that the snowball can easily be turned into a bauble!  You’ll have to check out Faye’s website to see that.  She has a great story to go along with it.  😀  The sentiment is one that was included in another Fancy Sunbonnet stamp and worked great for this one too.

The rest of the card was simple to put together.  I had a large crossword background stamp that I used on the decorative paper then added some more black and teal accents with the ribbon.  Lastly, the sentiment was stamped in London Fog and a tag was created.

The snow was something I wanted to try and I did a reverse technique of the clouds.  Then added some white from a gel pen to give it a glistening look.  It’s interesting how it turned out and not sure if I like it or not yet.  LOL  Anyway, thanks for dropping by and you can click HERE to start your hop!

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