Windy Snowmen

Although I am still fighting off a cold and don’t sound too pretty, I have had a productive morning finishing up the set of five snowmen blowing in the wind. Hard to get into the mood when our high here is supposed to be in the low nineties today! But I have so many other things I want to do, and I can’t allow myself to do them until I get the cards finished that I have started. (My problem is always finishing things–I like the fun part but then there’s always the homework with the finishing touches–that’s why I say this is good therapy for me.)

The tags are from projects on Tim Holtz’s blog, but he leaves it up to you to decide what to do with the tag once you’re finished. I finally came up with copying Vince Guaraldi’s “Christmas is Coming” piano music (I play the piano so had it easily to hand) after reducing it to 80%, inking with Distress Inks, and then adhering the tag to that. The name of the music isn’t on there anywhere, but I know what it is, and it makes me happy. I can even hear it playing in the background while the snowman does a happy dance!

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One Response to Windy Snowmen

  1. Fantastic creations,hugs Anja

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