Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Life Savers Snowmen Treats

I made it to sunny Orlando for the Stampin' Up! Leadership Conference. The weather is beautiful and as soon as I stepped out of the airport, I grabbed my flip flops out of my suitcase! It sure doesn't feel like winter down here -- I love it!

I just finished putting together these little snowmen treats to give me downline and friends at Leadership. These are about the only snowmen I think you'll find in Orlando!


I printed the face on Whisper White cardstock (you could also have fun making different faces with the super cute Stylin' Snowfolk stamp set!) and wrapped them around a roll of Life Savers, securing with a piece of Sticky Strip. The hat is the fingertip cut off a pair of gloves and the scarf is a piece of designer Fabric (more specifically: Floral District Designer Fabric, #126893). You could also use ribbon.


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Aren't they just too cute!?!

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7 comments:

Patty Bennett said...

Cutest projects EVER!! Never would have thought of the cut off fingertips of the gloves.. WAY too cute! Have a great time in Orlando!

Debby said...

These are adorable! Thanks for sharing.
angel hugs
Debby

Cathie said...

I made a bunch last year for my family at Christmas and they went over like crazy and I did use glove tips too from the dollar store. Someone had the face and body in a printable file and I did save it but my computer crashed and I lost everything...I mean everything. Heartbroken that I am, I know I'll find the creative gal who did these first way back when. Your snowmen look so bright and cheery! Great work.

bonnie32002 said...

These are stinkin' CUTE!

Lynette's Paper Creations said...

I'm down here also for Leadership I hope to see these in person! Great job

Debbie of Newport!!! said...

Those are beyond creative!!! Little winter for the sunshine state!!!

Lora said...

These are so very cute, what a wonderful little gift.

I like making little things like this for Co-workers and friends.

Thank you for sharing.