Saturday, 30 November 2013

Telescopic Snow Man with video tutorial

Hello there :)
Well I have to say a massive THANK YOU to all that commented on my carving set yesterday. By the time the night fell my head was sooo big I was wondering if I would get past the bedroom door :) You are all very kind, I am glad you appreciated it as much as I do.
Today’s post is a interactive telescopic card and I am sharing a little video to go with it, in case you wish to make one or two yourself.
telescopic closed
They are quick and fun to make and they perfectly fit into one of our window boxes for giving. Of course you could totally use them as Christmas ornaments as well :)
telescopic snowman
Cute no? I still have loads of my own cards left to make and send out. How are you doing? Finished them yet?
I might end up making some hybrid ones in MDS to speed things up a bit. A few weeks ago I had a little fun with Pinterest and MDS. I found this card on Pinterest
And I designed a replica in MDS that ended up looking like this
Chrsitmas stars-001
And because Christmas is nearly here I designed a festive Iphone wallpaper using the 30% MDS Christmas Downloads. If you would like to use it yourself simply save image to your desktop, email it to yourself, open the email on your phone save then upload the picture as wallpaper :)
Jingle Phone wallpaper-001

And finally here’s the video for the telescopic card :) thank you for your visit and Enjoy !!!
xoxoxo





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5 comments :

Elke said...

He is so cute Monica. I just love him. XX

missy said...

So stinkin cute!!! I just adore this little fellow! Thank you for sharing all of your awesome creations with us! I am never disappointed! You are so talented! I wish I had a smidgen of it!

Gibmiss said...

Hi Monica
Fabulous snowman... Great video.... Lovin all your videos....
Hugs Sylvie xx

Lois Stueve said...

I got hooked on your one page wonder video on YouTube,and I searched until I found your blog and subscribed. Your voice is awesome! Your talent is amazing! I know you live in the UK, but your accent is so unique! What is you country of birth? SU should offer your wreath stamp; it is that beautiful.

Lisa Barton said...

Another set of gorgeous inspirational projects - I love popping over and seeing what's coming up - as exciting as waiting for Christmas ;)