Friday, July 25, 2014

VC Rocks Blog Hop 3D and Fun Folds

Welcome to VC Rocks Blog Hop. 

The Hop theme is 3D items and fun folds. 

to see all the other great blogs in this hop. 
I used the hamburger die to create this fun snowman. 
I'm a big fan of Dr. Who, and have been since
my brother Tony turned me on to the show back in the 70's. 
One of my favorite doctors is # 4 played by Tom Baker. 
Now the one article of clothing that made Tom stand out was
his very long and colorful scarf. I used retired designer
paper Season of Stye for the scarf. 
2 1/2 circle punch used for the snowman head. Hat was made with a square of black
and modern label punch. Eyes are Night of Navy and Owl Builder punch. 
Nose pumpkin pie and pennant punch. 
Buttons 3/4 circle punch. I added the button details with white gel pen. 
Greeting from Num-Num stamp set, and designer label punch. 
Side view. 

I also decided to do a fun fold card. This is shadow box frame. 

Just a 4x4 piece of designer paper makes the frame. I used All Abloom. 

Stamp sets Num-Num, and A Fitting Occasion 

And a closer view of the frame. 

I hope you have enjoy my small part in the VC Rocks Blog Hop. 

Stamping trails


Terri said...

Yeah, I get to be the first one to comment since FB gave me a sneak peak. Great ideas, LOVE the snowman. Great job!

Carol Read Stampin' Up! Demonstrator said...

Karen...he's adorable. I love snowmen!! Great idea!

Cynthia Ferenz said...

Too, too cute! A definite case for later ... gotta get the die first. TFS!

Elizabeth said...

Karen, you are so creative with these hamburger boxes! Love it and the card too!

stampershirley said...

How cute that little guy is ... and I really like your card too ... love your creativity and imagination! I go crazy wanting to make everything when I have time to peruse your blog! Thanx for sharing

Patrice Herrera said...

This is such an adorable little snow man, I just love him.
I will definitely have to try to make one of those shadow box cards They are so cool!

Anonymous said...

Such a fun snow man! Love his face. You did a great job on the face, which I think is very difficult.