Mr. snowman is a Stampotique favourite of mine. His long branch-y arms allow for some really fun additions like carrying presents. The everythingshetouches family celebrates both Chanukah and Christmas in our home; like Ben Stiller says, "any holiday where we get presents is celebrated" and I would add food .. any holiday that offers great holiday dishes is worth celebrating. Turkey, cranberry sauce and potato latkes are pretty decadent and divine. Mr. snowman is not as jolly as Santa but he's got a really great toque.
The complete set:
And the back:
I had a great time entering the tag swap. There is something relaxing and cathartic in generating the same tag and tag elements over and over again. Very relaxing. This was a 10-tag swap. I just found out yesterday that I have upward of 40 cards/tags to get done for St. Valentine's Day. Ouch. I was scolded with affection to get them done and so I will. Eager to beat the last minute rush I went shopping today for some inspiration and product. Yes, I realise that we haven't even finished up with Christmas and New Year's yet but I thought I might at least come up with some of the 5 templates (I'm going with 5 different tag templates) if not any of the product. If you have an idea that you would like to share I would be more than happy to, um, borrow it.
And now that the temperature has really dropped and the forecast promises a week full of snow (not exaggerating) I'm starting to feel the need to cozy up with a cuppa chai latte, a good book and turn on the holiday lights. It's time to hunker down for the winter, snuggle up with mr. everythingshetouches (you were right dear, it does sound naughty) and start on some winter layouts. I have the elements of a great layout. I can't wait to put it together and show it to you.
Stay warm and happy crafting.