Friday, August 16, 2013

Winter Wonderland...

I am happy to report it is not a winter wonderland here...it is a beautiful summer day. Thank goodness. But I really need to get going on making some Christmas cards. You know before you know it, the Christmas rush will start. For this card I tried making a frame card. I saw it on Denas blog and loved it. 


I coloured with prismas and added tones of glitter. I used a new LOTV snowman stamp and in the background I used a High Hopes stamp for trees.

Well, I am off to enjoy this wonderful day. Have a great weekend!

7 comments:

  1. ok do you want my address incase you need to send this to someone...hint hint...lol Another amazing creation...you are crazy talented!!

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  2. I am so glad I bought this sweet stamp, love the way you have coloured it and the frame is gorgeous x

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  3. Wow Christine what a gorgeous "C" card.
    Love the scene type, looks fab.
    I must start some "C" cards, just cannot think about it until next month!
    Love those Snowmen, must try and get this image. Debbiex

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  4. OH MY MY! My talented friend!! This card is GORGEOUS!!! It makes me want to start my Christmas cards!!

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  5. Oh wow! This came out soooooo cute Christine!!! I love how you added the High Hopes trees and the die cut on the frame! Super CUTE!!!!! You always have a way of making things look simply FABULOUS!!!
    Hugs, Dena

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  6. oh gosh dear.......THIS IS STUNNING!! and I do mean stunning!!! I hope you are well my friend.. sending big hugs .......

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  7. Hi Christine,

    In your Winter Wonderland card you used trees that are near the fence. What is the name of the tree stamp and where did you get them. I love those trees and have been trying to find them for months and can't. Your cards are so beautiful. Do you do card classes somewhere now? I look forward to hearing from you.

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