Boy, it sure is snowing up a storm here!
It's been coming down all day, and I'm certainly glad
that I'm not out there in it. The wind comes up in white gusts
that completely block out the view from my window.
Let's stay nice and warm inside and look at a card, shall we?
This one is very different from my usual whimsical style,
but I kinda like it anyway. What do you think?
cardstock: Hollo's Papercraft
paper: Making Memories Noel 8x8 specialty paper pack
stamp: Unity itty bitty
ink: Ranger Distress in Antique Linen and Tea Dye, Colobox Fluid Chalk in Warm Red
So very pretty!ReplyDelete
Pretty! My mom LOVES cardinals, so she would love this.ReplyDelete
Very pretty, love that image!ReplyDelete
The Cardinal looks great. Very pretty card and i like the note background.ReplyDelete
So pretty! I love the vintage loook to that image and how you paired it up with that great mix of papers. That big, red bow is beautiful, too! :)ReplyDelete
oh, I'm totally diggin' it! It's gorgeous!! Elegant, shabby & a hint of vintage...all makes for a beautiful combination. That cardinal & the musical note paper are my favorites!ReplyDelete
Enjoy the snow....I'm so jealous! Send some my way...it's really hard to get into the holiday festivities with tank tops and slippers. :o)
This is so pretty! Love the vintage feel to it.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty! Love the vintage look and that cardinal! :)ReplyDelete
Very pretty, love the look, kind of distressed and vintage, which is perfect for the holiday. Even though I have been out of New England, just a year, I really can't remember those snowy days anymore. I can live them through you, just not have to shovel.ReplyDelete
Haha! That's a good one, Kathy! :o)ReplyDelete
Thanks, all for your super-sweet comments! I love my blog readers!
This card is beautiful, Christiana! There are so many elements on it that catch my eye. I love the big sheer ribbon bow and the striped background paper. The image is so pretty, and I love, love, love the music note paper and how you tore it! Such a gorgeous mix of patterns. Everything goes together perfectly! :)ReplyDelete