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Snow Doubt!

>> Friday, December 2, 2011

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
As many of you know, the DRS web site is experiencing technical difficulties, so I'm unable to link you up with the images. Have no fear; orders are still being taken by phone so give them a call and I'm sure the web site will be up and running again very soon.

In the meantime, I'm using a couple of new releases on my card today. The wonderful sparkle snow circle (nestie friendly, you know) and the super snow doubt birthday greeting. I also threw in my two favorite snowflake backgrounds and made a border across the bottom using a snowflake swirl. I love the cobalt blue and pale pink colors together and I used a clear, sparkly embossing powder on them to add that little something extra. The finished card measures 5.50 x 4.25.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

stamps: Interlocking Snow Background, Snow Background, Snowflake Swirl, Snowflake Sparkle Circle, Snow Doubt Birthday greeting
paper: white, cobalt blue, lt pink
ink: VersaColor indigo pigment, Colorbox rosebud pigment, Memento angel pink
accessories: stardust embossing powder, Tombow pink & ultramarine markers, Quickutz nesting flower dies, Spellbinder circle & pennant dies


Shelia said...

cute color combo and I like how you put the snowflake in the center of your sparkly snow circle. cute card!

Karin said...

Such a pretty wintery card! I always love the layers your cards have and the color combo is lovely :)

Janett said...

Ilove the layers and the border at the bottom.

Sue said...

Pretty, Pretty, Pretty! Pink and blue are not just for babies!! I love your layered snowflakes in the middle of the circle!!

Kathy Vogel said...

I love the cobalt blue & pale pink together too. I really like the swirly snowflake border on the bottom too. Is that a stamp?

Pam said...

This is such a beautiful, fun creation for a winter birthday!

Chrissy D said...

This is so PRETTY! Love the pink and blue!

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