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Berry the Snowman

Okay, Berry the Snowman doesn’t have the same ring as Frosty, but I think his cuteness totally makes up for it. 


2013-12-11 PO Snowman WM


This is another one of the images that I colored during my crafting day with a friend before Thanksgiving.  I’m happy I had the chance to get him on a card.   


Have a great week!  Thank you for stopping by!



  • Stamps:  Berry from Stacy Yacula Studio at Purple Onion Designs
  • Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Papers:  Neenah Classic Craft Solar White CS, Papertrey kraft CS, Carta Bella Winter Fun paper pad 6x6
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Papertrey Doily details die, Stampin’ Up corner punch, Copic markers
  • Embellishments:  May Arts Burlap twine, Tattered Angels glimmer mist, button



Marianne said…
Such a sweet card Cheryl. Love the image.
Sara I. said…
Absolutely adorable, Cheryl! Love the die behind that cutie and the yummy twine!
coldwaters2 said…
Fabulous card Cheryl love that cute snowman he looks so happy the papers and card design are ACE.
lorraine x
This is a really snazzy card. I especially like the doily behind the snowman's head.
~ginny said…
I love your very creative take on this snowman! I like the papers, the fishtail paper strips and especially the "Halo" of craft doily behind his head! Your coloring is delightful as are the details you've added. Well done Cheryl! Thank you for playing “Anything Goes” at our house - and come anytime to play with us!
~ginny DT for 613 Ave Create (
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rachel taylor said…
love the card you have made thanks for sharing with CWL Rachel DT
Davi said…
So cute, love the little snowman and the lacey die behind is very pretty :)
Sanja Grdinić said…
He is so sweet, Cheryl! :)
Have an awesome day...
Jennifer said…
How very precious this is! Love the snowman and the added twine and button! Wonderful paper combo to! Have a beautiful day!
NanaConnie said…
Adorable, Cheryl! Love the way the die cut looks like a halo around his head. :-D So glad that you chose to play in our "Anything Goes" challenge at 613 Avenue Create this week.
NanaConnie DT
Michelle said…
He looks so funny. I like him.
Thanks for joining us at Craft your Passion.
xxx Michelle(DT)
Miss Amber said…
So adorable! Love the image you used here. Thanks for joining Loves Rubberstamps Challenge :)
Marcy said…
Such an adorable card! Love the sweet snowman and your pretty design. Thanks so much for joining our challenge over at Loves Rubberstamps! :)
Kerry Hocking said…
Gorgeous card thank you for sharing over at MIM, Hugs Kerry DT xx
Roberta Swisher said…
Barry is indeed very cute...if not as well known as Frosty.
I love the colors you've used on this card. Very fresh and fun. Great job!
Thanks so much for sharing with us this week at CWLC. We hope to see you back very soon!
Created with Love Challenges Design Team
Queen Bee Paper Crafts
He is definitely cute!
Thanks for joining us at Digi Darla’s
Kaylee Snyder said…
Wonderful job! Thanks so much for sharing at Craft Your Passion.
tampatha said…
stunning card! It just really pops! Great DP for this! Thanks for playing in our final challenge at Use It Tuesday! Best wishes always! Tammy DT

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