Monday, 6 February 2017

Snowy Challenges

Vancouver is having the most abnormal winter - way more snow than normal and way colder temperatures.  Normally we have neither - just mild temperatures and a fair bit of rain.  But the snow is making it easy to keep on top of making Christmas cards, and two snowy challenges popped up recently, inspiring this card:


It's a very CAS card with a dry embossed background, three shimmery snowflake die cuts, and a simple sentiment.

It's heading off to the Jingle Belles challenge ("Let the Flakes Fall Where They May"), to
the Sparkle Creations Christmas Card challenge (word prompt - "snow"), and to Merry Monday ("make a clean and simple card").

Now I need to head outside and shovel the steps, path, and sidewalk for the second time today!





Supplies:
Stamps - Old Island Stamp Co. sentiment
Ink - Distress Faded Jeans
Paper - white cs, SU shimmer cs
Size - A2
Accessories - SU embossing folder, Tim Holtz snowflake dies



14 comments:

  1. Love the iridescent sparkle on the snowflakes

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  2. Those snowflakes just sparkle! Beautiful card Susan. Hope the snow stops soon! xx

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  3. Love the shimmery sparkle ... so glad you got *flaky* with us at jingle belles.

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  4. oh wow i *LOVE* every single thing about this, absolutely CAS perfection! thanks for joining our flakey fun at JINGLE BELLES!

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  5. Beautiful snowflakes. Yes, we got a lot of those flakes down here in Seattle, too. About 10" worth. Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday.

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  6. Just love your sparkly snowflake trio - perfect on the embossed background!!

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  7. You are having perfect weather for making Christmas cards! This is snowy elegance!

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  8. Gorgeous sparkly snowflakes. Love your card x Amanda

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  9. Gorgeous sparkly snowflakes. Love your card x Amanda

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  10. Great card and perfect for the weather lately! It looks like the view from my window. My daughter lives in New West and was downtown last night so needless to say I worried until she got home safely. Too many people don't know how to drive in the snow and don't have snow tires! The snow storm this evening is going to be bad one for everyone. I'm hoping for a snow day today - sorry, enough of me babbling on. Thanks for joining us this week at Christmas Card Challenges.

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  11. Those sparkly snowflakes are beautiful and this card is totally perfect for the winter weather here in Canada. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Christmas Card Challenges.
    - Amanda DT

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  12. Pretty snowflakes on a nice background!

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  13. I know I'm a little late but thanks so much for playing in my "Let The Flakes Fall Where They May" challenge over at Jingle Belles! Your project is fabulous!
    Hugs,
    Leslie
    Love To Scrap 2
    Love To Scrap!

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