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>> Wednesday, February 21, 2018

In Central Alabama, we declare Winter over at the end of February (even if a cold snap hits us after that - this week it is in the 80s), so I am getting in a few more winter cards.

On the above card, I used aluminum foil swiped with ink and splashed with water to make my sky.  Then I stamped the Snow Tree with Fence image and added a bunch of snow with Snowtex and white acrylic paint.  I then die cut the frame piece and mounted it all together.  To add more interest and to show off these cute birds some more, I die cut a branch and tucked in the cute little birds fussy cut from the new Bird Feeder image and part of the sentiment from Birds of a Feather Friends greeting.

On my next card, I cut up some mountains and added a bit of interest with some modeling paste and an embossing folder.  I made a little ink smear on one of the peaks so I decided to add even more interest with some stripes.  For contrast I die cut a black snowflake and cut it up to to back my sentiment.  This sentiment is one of my favorites - Blizzard of Thanks.

Hope you are staying warm (or cool if you live where it is hot)!




Karin said...

I love the wintery theme of todays cards! Your snowy birds in front of the winter scene are so cute and I love all the texture too. And way you pulled together your thank you card using all neutral colors is so fantastic!

Sue said...

Great cards Nancy! Your birds of a feather card has another incredible background with lots of texture! Hard to believe the same person stamped the ultra modern snowflake card ;) LOVE the bold black snowflake - really grabs attention!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are wonderful, Nancy! I love your winter card..the colors, the layers & textures are fabulous. Your blizzard card is so pretty! I love the layout & snow dots all over.

Robin Clendenning said...

Your bird card is so frosty, cold and snow, fantastic job! Love your colors too!! Fun second card as well! Great snowflake in the middle!

Shelia said...

These are so pretty, Nancy. Great texture & details on both!

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