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There is no such thing as too many sketches.
So each year I create these snow stencils for the windows. See the 2010 and 2009 posts! This year I wanted to create some new unique ones. The freezer bunny one is recycled from 2009/2010. But everything else is new.
Freezer Bunny from the Sims games!
Thomas the tank engine, for Seth!
A Dalek. This one was pretty tough to make.
Nyan Cat! Spent a long time on this one as well.
Still sick. Created this snowman for fun.
Just a cool shot.
Look who we have here! It's Freezer Bunny from the Sims games!
I went outside today to take pics of the flooding. But it was so foggy I could hardly get any decent shots. I do love this one though. So I thought I'd share it with you!
I also uploaded Winter Beauty to DeviantArt. If you are a member on dA and like my photo, please add it to your favorites! Thanks!
Wallpaper available here!
I woke up today and noticed quite some snow outside. It's nothing compared to some other places at the moment but for our country it's rare enough to have snow. I made some pics from inside our living room.
We went outside with Seth to let him experience the snow. He really enjoyed it, even though it was very cold.
Seth didn't want to go home anymore as you can see on the pictures.
I've been very busy today with all sorts of things. But I've been mainly busy decorating the windows. I've been meaning to do this for quite some time but I just kept putting it off. So this morning, I grabbed some cardboard and started drawing items I liked. When I had a few nice items, I started to cut them out. I already had some generic Christmas stencils I created last year. Some examples can be seen here. Since I'm a huge gamer and fan of Sims, I felt I had to do something with a plumbbob and Freezer bunny as well. It wasn't easy getting the snow on nicely with all the tiny, separate elements. But I did it. It looks great if you ask me.