Winter Wishes


Hello, today I have a card to share with you that uses yet another of the wood effect backgrounds I made for my tutorial. I have also used a stamp called 'Penguin & Igloo' by Whipper Snapper Designs. I stamped the image with Archival Black ink and coloured it with Distress Inks, before adding some glitter. The Design papers I have used are by First Edition and Ii have used my Silhouette to cut the circle frame. The largest snowflake has been cut using a die from Crafts- Too from white paper, which had been covered with double sided adhesive sheet and chunky and fine crystal glitters applied. The medium and smaller snowflakes are dies from Marianne Designs. The sentiment is a stamp from Personal Impressions. The ribbon and the pearls wrapped around the frame are from some gift wrapping that I bought from my local supermarket. The Rhinestone Sparkler is from Hobby House and the pearls are from my stash. The card is 6 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches. 

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Thanks for taking the time to look at my card, I hope you like it.
            Sally.



Comments

  1. Gorgeous colours , cute image, fabulous x

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  2. Just brilliant i love the design and that wood background. your snowflakes are gorgeous its all so lovely Love and hugs Carorle x

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  3. Just gorgeous Sally! Everything is so shimmery, stunning! Just dropping in to say A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS, big holiday hugs Pamellia :)

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  4. Fabulous card Sally! I love the pearly gentle colours in the background that makes your penguin stand out. The snowflakes and other embellishments are so pretty. I love it! Debra x

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  5. This is a lovely creation! Thanks for playing at Creative Inspirations and we wish you a Merry Christmas! xxx

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  6. A lovely card,love the pretty colours. Thanks for joining in at CI x

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  7. Thanks for playing at Creative Inspirations.
    Happy New Year!
    CraftyNatalie {DT}

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