Saturday, October 25, 2014

Snowflakes are a-flyin'!

Happy Saturday, fellow bloggers!  I hope your day is wonderful!  It's a nice sunny day here in Pennsylvania, with a good wind blowing and a 62 degree temp.  I've had QVC on TV all day...and no I haven't bought anything!  :) 
 
I dropped in today to share another Christmas card:
 
This is the card I made out of the "test" I did for the card posted here.  I really like it in Tumbled Glass blue!  I simply used some matching glitter paper to back the image and sentiment panels.  And let me share a secret with you all:  The sentiment was originally just supposed to be stamped on the image panel, BUT since I had already attached the image panel with foam tape, it wouldn't stamp right.  So I thought I would stamp it in black, but that just didn't suit me, so I had to cover it up!  I'm so glad I had enough room to add the glitter paper behind the white panel!  WHEW!  Disaster averted!  ;)
 
The challenges I'm adding this card to:
 
Completely Christmas:  Anything goes w/a twist; add a sentiment
Penny Black and More:   Get Ahead for Christmas 
 
Thanks for stopping by, and take care!
 
~Marie~
 
 

4 comments:

  1. It's nice to hear someone else does the 'cover up' trick...I've done it where I stamp crooked and then stamp again, layer, and put it over the mistake. :) I love this card. I went to your blog and looked at the pink version, and truthfully, I like this one better. I love pink winter cards but for some reason, this color blue is so pleasing and peaceful to the eye. I love this card. Thanks for sharing your art work with us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin' this month and hope to see you again soon. Hugs, Gail

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  2. Aww this is gorgeous.Thanks for joining Penny Black & More challenge. Good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  3. Absolutely stunning and thanks for joining us at Penny Black & More this month, Luv Sam x

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