December 10, 2009

Let It Snow!

Yesterday, I devoted most of the day (and night) to making Christmas cards. I'm finally coming down the homestretch. Hopefully, the cards will be done and in the mail by next week!
Here's one of the cards I made yesterday. It looks like I caused a blizzard with the Flower Soft (hehe).
Have a fun day and thanks for stopping by!
Supplies: Stamps - To You and Yours by SU!; Paper - PTI select white; Recollections red; generic ivory base, SU! choc. chip and Jingle papers; Ink - Versafine vintage sepia, Tim Holtz Distress Ink - antique linen; Accessories - clear EP, Dazzling Diamonds, Flower Soft, chocolate pearls by Recollectios, Sizzix EF, Nestabilities, MS corner punch and Marvy scallop punch.

12 comments:

  1. And a beautiful blizzard it is! Gorgeous card, Pat. Your snow is just right and such great textural elements. Love it all!!

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  2. Oh wow!! Pat, I love all of that snow!! This looks so gorgeous!! TFS HUGS

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  3. Eye-popping beautiful, Pat! Wow! I love all of the detail. I can see you've been a busy woman since I last visited. Your beautiful creations always inspire me.

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  4. I love it Pat. So snowy. Love the colours and papers you've used.

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  5. WOW Pat, I don't like snow, but I love your project, you made the snow look so beatiful

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  6. What a wonderful winter scene, Pat! I love the white Flower Soft for the snow. Truly beautiful. I do believe the image is from SU!'s To You & Yours stamp set, though.

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  7. Ooooooooooooooh...I LOVE THIS!! so nice pat!! the colors are awesome and the snow effect is wonderful!!

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  8. Oh wow Pat - your card is just stunning! I just love the blizzard you caused - probably because they are forcasting a temp of around 38oC here Christmas day! I'm already dreading the thought. TFS such a fun card!

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  9. So pretty Pat! I love all your nestie cut framings, the fun papers and all the snow!!

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  10. Gorgeous! Your snow brings the image to life and these festive colors frame it so perfectly!

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