This is the snowman from Christmas Cheer cut at 4". He has a shocking pink scarf only because I had left over paper in that colour right there on my desk and I was feeling lazy. Hey, a snowman who is in touch with his feminine side, that's a good thing. I used the drippy goo Martha Stewart punch as I thought it looked a bit like melting snow. The sentiment is studio G (I do get my use out of those little dollar stamps) and the papers are Bo Bunny.
I have had a very unproductive time craftwise today, one of those 'stare blankly at the walls' sort of days. It doesn't help that my stuff was in such a mess, one of these days if I am brave enough I will post a picture of the post-tornado like conditions that I work in. I also have a pet cockroach, I have called him Albert. I have mentioned before that I work in the garage here in Florida (luckily we are not here for the really hot steamy months), and for a few nights now, this roach has appeared to my horror, and despite my best efforts he was too quick for me, darted under the desk and disappeared. Next night, same thing, then again..............by this time I had got over my horrors and resigned myself to having a crafty pal. 'Hi Albert' I said cheerily as he scuttled out to keep me company (aiming the spray at him as I spoke, darn it, missed again). Tonight I found him.......dead as a doornail. Am I bereft, no of course not, glad the darn thing has disappeared and won't keep popping out of my stamp drawer or somewhere when I least expect it. Just hope he hasn't left his girlfriend behind, so tomorrow a man with a spray is coming.
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