Monday, November 16, 2009

Frosty the Snowman is in town!

I was pretty much stuck in bed all day yesterday with back issues, so I used the day to design for Cricut! It's never too early to start planning for Christmas, and I tweaked a few ideas that I had started on last year and never finished. Here's the first - my cute little Frosty the Snowman candy bar wrapper, and you only need the George cartridge to make him! He sure does dress up a plain old candy bar, huh? I plan to make these for my co-workers, but he would be perfect for your hairdresser, paper boy, mailman, nail tech...whoever you want to give just a little something to. If you use him, please leave me a comment and let me know how you like him! Enjoy!

Cartridge: George and Basic Shapes

20 comments:

Doris said...

He is so cute. Do you have a gypsy file for cutting? Thanks for sharing.

Cindy McVey said...

Doris, I just posted the gypsy file. Hope you enjoy him!

~BridgetL~ said...

I love snowmen and this would definitely dress up a candy bar. I hope you are up and about soon. Thanks for sharing. :)

Wife2TJ said...

Super CUTE snowman, LOVE IT!!! :-)

Tammara said...

That is super cute. Love your blog background!

Cheryl said...

These are super cute. I think my school kids would love "em. TFS

Laura said...

These are adorable!! Thanks for sharing the idea and the cut file.

Michele said...

Love it! It's really cute and I've been getting into the candy bar wrapper idea lately, so wonderful timing! Thanks!!!

Welcome to the world of blogging! Love your template! so pretty!

Tina M said...

Cindy this is very cute! thank you for sharing him :)

P-Kay Sunshine said...

This is too cute! Thanks for the file

Carol's Crafts said...

How cute. Thank you so much for sharing.

Cuddles and Chaos said...

he is so cute. I wish there was a way to make it without the George. Good work.

Theresa said...

Thanks so much for the file! I will include these in the bucket I am making for my daycare parents! I don't have George but hopefully I can swap out the shapes to the Plantin Schoolbook cart. Thanks again, Theresa
t.costantini@comcast.net

Cindy McVey said...

Theresa, I'm glad it at least inspired you! Let me know how he turns out with other carts!

CBH-Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Elements post on Nov. 19, 2009. Thanks again.

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Blog Cutting Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 23 Nov [LA 04:00pm, NY 07:00pm] - 24 Nov [UK 12:00am, OZ 11:00am] ).

6p010535ec1ea6970b said...

He is adorable. Thank you for the file. Can't wait to make him for St. Nick gifts. Love your blog!

lynn said...

adorable, cindy! thanks so much!

lynn said...

love this snowman--thanks so much!

Renee said...

I like the stuff you have created. thanks for sharing I love your blog :)

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Lifetime crafter, beginning with sewing clothes for my troll dolls when I was 5. Stampin' Up! demonstrator since 2000. Wife of almost 30 years to my high school sweetheart and planning on 30 more! Mom to 2 great kids and one awesome new son-in-law. "Mom" to 3 furkids, Pomeranians Roxy and Lulu, and a Calico cat, Sugar aka "Miss Fattypants." Addicted to all things Disney!