Winter Wonderland has a challenge up and is to create a card with no red or green. I can do that! I just purchased this wonderful die from Crealies called creative flowers #18. Love Love it...it is a flower but when you place them all together they look like snowflakes!
Lots of glitter and coloured with prismas it is such a fun card to do. I love the High Hopes stamp too. Also from One Crazy Stamper. It is called, Havin a ball, Snowman. Not sure if I can say I'm having a ball with this weather, but I am having fun getting some Christmas cards done.
Also a big hello to Marianne! She will be so happy I joined in this week! And big thank-you to Norma for always inspiring me to do wonderful things with dies! Thank-you Norma!
ooh this is gorgeous - and that fower does look like a snowflake - so pretty
Gorgeous card Chris. Lovely iage and super colours. Debbiex
Beautiful card! One Crazy Stamper is my favourite store and I might just sign up for this class. I'll be seeing Lora at Scrapfest soon!
Wow - so stunning Christine! Seeing your card has to be the best thing that came out of this winter storm!!! I wish I lived closer so I could do one of your classes!! Loving that die :)
Hugs, Danielle x
Loving your blue Christmas card Christine. Love that image and the snowflakes are gorgeous.
absolutely stunning card, Christine! my fav Christmas colours!
I can see why you love the die. It makes GORGEOUS snowflakes. I LOOOOVE the way you did the windy swooshes with glitter, too. Awesome!
Looks wonderful Christine. The snowflakes turned out great.
Love this Christine, love the snowman too, I have a bit of a crush on them..... lol, thanks for joining us at Winter Wonderland.
Geeeezzzz Christine! Seems like you just shake off winter up there! But, it sure did inspire you to make this adorable card! LOVE all the snowflakes and glitter! So nice! Sending hope of Spring getting there soon! Hugs, J:)
Oooh this is so pretty. I love your stepped shape and sweetly coloured snowman with the pretty papers and fab snowflake flowers. Your black elements really make this card a beauty! Hope your weather improves Christine! Hugs, Lesley
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