Snow Girl

This is the first post I'm trying. It's going to take me a while to figure this thing out. This image is from Sassy Cheryl's and the frame is from Taylored Expressions. I really like the idea of being able to have artwork in my office in a very easy to change format. I painted her with Stampin' Up watercolor crayons. I was hoping that the shading would have turned out a bit more obvious. I added buttons from my grandmother's button collection. I just love old buttons. I try to use them whenever possible.


  1. Well, now I have visited all your posts and I am so impressed with your work. You're going on my list of Blogs that Inspire me, as you need to be exposed girlfriend! Also, I'd like you to visit a post of mine titled Blog Award for You and for Me and add that Award to your Blog. Good luck, I am sure before you know it, the followers will be joining like mad. Tons of hugs and happy crafting. Keep doing what you're doing. Sharon x

  2. an adorable image and fabulous creation! Welcome to the crafty blogging world.
    hugs, annie x

  3. Hi, Diane,
    Thanks so much for adding to our "first" gallery! I think you figured it all out pretty well! I love this idea and with your permission, I would like to make it one of our "featured" posts. I am going to try this and I am sure others will do the the same!


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