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Monday, December 12, 2011

Snowflake Seasons Greetings

Happy Monday!
How was your weekend? Mine.....cold! So... I did not wander far from home. Late Saturday night I found out that I was the Featured Stamper this week over on Splitcoast. So exciting and I am truly honored. I love playing the challenges on Splitcoaststampers but because I work, I usually try to do the Featured Stamper challenge each week because it is on the weekend.

My card today is one that I did for the VSN challenge~No Business Like Snow Business. Rebecca wanted us to use snowflakes. Love snowflakes as long as they are not falling where I live, lol! I am a warm weather girl. But when it comes to cards I will make snowmen and snowflakes all day long! My inspiration for the card came from a card made by Teri Anderson that is in the Papercrafts Holiday Cards Magazine.

Stamps: MFT Clearly Sentimental About Christmas
Paper: White, Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses
Ink: Broken China Distress Ink
Accessories: MS Snowflake and Snowflake border punch, glitter, recollections glittery embellishments, Stardust pen
Other Challenges:
Basic Grey #59~ Anything Goes
Crafts & Me #64~ Snow/Snowflakes
Creative Belli #132~Winter/Christmas
Glitter Geeks #27~ Let It Snow
Enjoy!

7 comments:

  1. Ooo, I love the stripey paper and that gorgeous snowflake! Is that a sparkly dew drop in the middle? Love!!!
    Stay warm :)
    hugs, margie

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  2. Gorgeous paper , tastefully done too ...Thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks Challenge this week...Nelly X

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  3. Wonderful card! Very stylish, love it! Thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks this week, Paula :))

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  4. Wowzers! Great pop of colors. I love, love, love your card. Thanks for joining us this week at Glitter Geeks

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  5. A great card,
    Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Basic Grey this fortnight, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
    Hugz Fleur xXx

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  6. Clever... I like the CAS style of this, great job.

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