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Do you want to build a snowman?? Ha I could not resist sorry :) Unless you have been on another planet you have probably seen or at least heard of the movie Frozen.  I made this Olaf card today for a friend of mine. How cute is he?  I must admit I have a soft spot for Olaf he is super adorable and he was my favourite part of the movie :)

To make this card you will need a template or you can make your own. I found this free template on Pinterest.  It was too big for what I needed so I sized it down a little and changed some things around. I left out the hair and arms and used real twigs instead. The eyes and buttons were created using my hole punch. I stamped and wet embossed the snowflakes on to some blue card to make the background. Then dry embossed it with a swirl embossing folder. I typed up the sentiment on my computer and cut it out and glued it to the card.

I hope you enjoy my card -  have fun making your own Olaf :)

Mandi xox

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  1. Very cute snowman and sentiment Mandi. I'm sure it will be well received. I'm in no way eagerly anticipating the winter snow. Thanks for joining in and playing with us at 613 Avenue Create.

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