Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Happy Sassy Tuesday

Hi friends.. I hope you are enjoying a fantastic day of wonderful weather.

It's Sassy Cheryl's challenge day. My talented teammate, Sassy Tracy, created a challenge with paper piecing. I've been wanting to do something with this darling little guy "Snowman and the Moon" and this challenge seemed to fit the bill perfectly.

I enjoyed using some non-traditional Christmas colors and he's perfect for my growing Christmas card collection. You can find him and lots of his snow friends at Sassy Cheryl's shop.

Hope you will join us at Sassy Cheryl's challenge!

Thanks so much for stopping by...


Cheryl said...

Peggy, I love the non traditional colors you chose. i think it's absolutely PERFECT!!!!!! Just out of curiosity, how many cards do you have made for Christmas so far?

Dawn said...

Peggy...just darling! love how you pieced it... so cute!

JazzyH said...

Very pretty!

Flip-Flop Creations said...

This is fabulous Peggy! Love soft colors you chose. Simply beautiful ~jeni :)

Dana Jones said...

Peggy this is cute!! And love the snowman, he looks rather healthy! Too cite! TFS!

Rhonda Miller said...

This is so great. I love the snowman.

JACKIE M said...

I love your card Peggy, the colours work great together.

jackie :)

jkreucher said...

Yup, your right.. this is perfect for paper piecing... what a great card! cute cute!

Vicki said...

Beautiful work, Peggy! Love the colors! Great job! Blessings to you!

Jodi said...

I love the non traditional colors for the card and the paper you chose for him too!!
Jodi =)

Heather said...

Wonderful job on the paper piecing!!

whoopieda said...

What a great card!!!!

Nice wishes

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