So, for just this card alone....First time using a digi stamp, First time using MFT WTG images, First time using fabric, First time creating a full image for a card, First time creating a buttony bow. Whew!
The image itself took me a few print out tries and about 2 hours to do as I tried a few different things. The scarf was the easiest part and I feel that is the most awesome. It's just braided border lines in 3's to fill the scarf. I love how it looks like a knitted scarf!
Then the image kinda sat for a while, but yesterday I found a perfect card sketch for my creation over at Tuesday Morning Sketches. I love this layout (Tuesday Morning Sketches #16) and think it works great for a big square image like the WTG images usually are. I loved that the sketch had the dangling aspect already incorporated in it and instantly knew I wanted to do either mittens or snowflakes. I had these snowflake brads in my stash that I modified to dangle and it was a great compliment to the buttony bow that I learned from Joanne B's tutorial (go check it out here).
So there you have it! Thanks for stopping by!
Paper - Kraft and Brown Solids from Wausau Paper, Printed Browns by K & Company
Ribbon - Michaels
Snowflake Brads - Creative Impressions (modified to be able to dangle)
Button - Joann's
Image - Baby It's Cold Outside - Who's That Girl? Digi Stamp from My Favorite Things, Fabric scraps from Joann's, Glitter for snow from A La Mode, Scarf made with Threaded Border Lines (stash), Various paper piecing for gloves, shoes, skirt, carrot nose, stick arms