Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Frosty Stamp - A Little Winter Freebie

Though there is no snow here yet,  I am dreaming of snowflakes,  and I  am stitching some as well.  Little Frosty  has found him some cardinal friends to keep him company.


I stitched this little winter piece to put on my Dollar General stand that I purchased a few months ago.


Earlier this month, I had posted a little Santa freebie called "Santa Stamp". If you missed it click
here. Doesn't the border make these little stitches look like  a stamps? 



 The Frosty Stamp is the same size, and he has a similar build as Santa with the tiny little legs and boots.  

This stitched up super quick in just a couple of hours. I used the floss I had on hand. I wanted it to match some of my other snowman pieces. Originally,  I was going to stitch the border  and the word "Snow" in red because it matches my living room decor ,but at the last minute changed it to DMC 931.  Other flosses that I used were DMC 801, blanc, 310, 347, and 301, but how fun it would be to use other brighter colors. 

This stitch measures 35 x 35, and I stitched mine on 14 count tea/coffee dyed aida. That brought it to a measurement of 2 1/2" x 2 1/2". 

If you would like to stitch the Frosty Stamp, just check out the pdfs below. I am not a professional designer and do this just for fun . Since I do not have professional software, the charts may print off light; I also have to put each page on separate pdfs. I apologize for that , but I still hope you enjoy them. 

For the instruction, page click here  .


For the color chart, click here .

 

For the black /white chart,  click here



                      


Thank you so much for popping in to check out my Frosty. If you decide to stitch this little guy, I would love to see him. Please tag my on Instagram using #pinkernpunkinquilting or you can always Direct Message me. And as always...

Happy stitching, ya'll

Melisa


6 comments:

  1. merci . Il est tout mignon frosty, bonne journée

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  2. Frosty Stamp is adorable, Melisa! Thank you for sharing!

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  3. Thanks so much! I make a snowman ornament every year for my niece. This might be the one for 2021. Thanks again.

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  4. Thank you so much! Your patterns always come out fine and lovely.

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  5. Your little stamp series is so cute, Melisa--love the fact that this new Frosty is carrying cardinals :) Thank you again so much ♥

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  6. Melisa,
    So cute!! Love your snow men and I especially love the pail of snow balls which caught my eye!!!
    Happy New Year,my friend!!!! Thanks so much for stopping by!! Stay Safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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