Snow is not something we have here in Australia at Christmas, so all those beautiful scenes / snowflakes / Wintery wishes, they are a little bit hard to sell when it’s a day at the beach with seafood and a BBQ for us. So when I saw this little fella I thought the ‘warm wishes’ he was perfect lol.
Keeping it CAS at The Alley Way Stamps blog today.
You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
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ps. Are you melting yet?
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21 thoughts on “Video : Keeping it warm this Christmas!”
This melted snowman is so cute Therese!
HA!! OH my goodness… laughing right out loud, loudly!!! Brilliant!!
Bwhahaha, Therese! This card is SO adorable! Reminds me of Christmas in Louisiana, USA!!! Thanks so much for sharing this sweet CAS beauty!
This card is so cute. Lovely
I love it when a few elements make such a big statement! Awesome card, Therese!
Oh Therese! That is just so clever idea!! :D:D LOVE IT! Wonderful card.
Love this, made me smile big time!
Love it! I did something similar once but the snowman wasn’t completely melted. As for barbecues and seafood for Christmas. I’m all for that.
Wow, Therese, your card is excellent. Love it.
It’s perfect for an Aussie Christmas!
LMHO – Therese, this is hilarious 😀 xx
You are the queen of the cleanest simplist cards! This one is SO cute and would be easy to make a lot of! It is unseasonably warm here, so it seems appropriate here too! (60 degrees in Wisconsin!!)
Brilliant card Therese, really gave me good chuckle.
Perfect for an Aussie Christmas 🙂
That is so incredibly adorable! Perfect theme too!
This is genius 🙂 the terrific you as always !!
I saw your video with my morning coffee, loved it, brilliant card!!!!!!
Ha Ha Ha, that is my kind of card. Love love love it Therese.
Ha! Love it.
Hahaha … fantastic, Therese … what brilliant impact … love it! Hugs, Anita 🙂